Ewa Plain Battlefield was one of the first places attacked on December 7, 1941. Ewa Villages was also attacked. There were Marine and civilian casualties. The entire 1941 airfield has been nominated to the state/national register. This is a happy but respectful commemoration. All are welcome to attend and view the many bullet strafing marks and pose with WWII vehicles for picture taking.
Learn more: Ewa Plain Battlefield File
10th Annual Ewa Battlefield Commemoration, an “Official” 76th Pearl Harbor Ceremony
The entire 1941 Airfield has been nominated to the State/National Register of Historical Places. This is a joyous but respectful commemoration. All are welcome to attend to view the Battlefield with its many bullet strafing marks and pose with WWII veterans and vehicles for picture taking.
The Ewa Battlefield is a part of the Pearl Harbor 76th Anniversary. For a full schedule of events, please visit here.
For a full schedule of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2017 events, please visit here.
When: Saturday, 9 December 2017 (0930 to 1100 Hours)
Where: Ewa Battlefield – Concrete Ramp
Who: Free, Open to the Public
Ewa Field, formerly Marine Corps Air Station Ewa
The Ewa Plain Battlefield is located in the southwestern corner of Oahu, Honolulu County, in a geographic area referred to as Ewa Plain, approximately 5.5 miles southwest of Ford Island (middle of Pearl Harbor). While the Battle of Ewa Plain encompasses three main population centers: Ewa Field, Ewa Villages, and Ewa Beach, only Ewa Field retains sufficient architectural, archeological, and/or landscape integrity to convey its historical significance. This includes retaining its integrity of location, setting, design, and association.
On 23 May 2016, Ewa Battlefield was listed in the National Historic Site Registry and is in the process of becoming part of the WW-II Valor in the Pacific National Monument…
Google Maps Street Views – Click links to see 360 views Look for Quonset Huts and Baseball Field
https://goo.gl/maps/Haaf9qJjZkn – Roosevelt and Corregidor
https://goo.gl/maps/wCkMGTixkjS2 – Corregidor and past barriers
The field is located across from the Hawaiian Railway Society Museum.