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Lat 21°18′26″N Long 158°04′13″W Barber's Point Field was located near Kapolei at Barber's Point on Ohau in Hawaii in the United States. Also known as Naval Air Station Barbers Point or NAS Barbers Point or Kalaeloa Airport.
During World War II, used by U. S. Army Air Force and U. S. Navy aircraft for training and as a base before or after deployments in combat.
American units based at Barbers Point
USAAF, 318th FG, 19th FS (P-40) Bellows Field February 9, 1943 - May 30, 1943 Kipapa Field
USN VD-4 NAS North Island November 1943 - May 1944 to Eniwetok
During the 1990s, closed during Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). On July 1, 1999 reopened as a joint civil-military regional airport to replace the Ford Island Airfield (Luke Field).
Barber's Point NAS - Hawaii Aviation
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