Project Stats
Airfields: 2152
Islands: 225
User: None

Pacific War Airfields Project - Mission Statement

The mission of the Pacific Airfields Project is to document, through description and photos, each airfield that was used in the Pacific War during World War II. This includes airfields used by both Axis and Allied powers from Hawaii to Austrailia to China to the Aleutians and everywhere in between. Our goal is to have the most comprehensive list and documentation available anywhere and to provide it freely to researchers, authors, teachers, and students.

It is also our desire in this project to preserve personal histories of the men who served on these airfields and bases. To this end, there are areas where personal stories can be shared about each airfield as well.

This project is an on-going collaborative effort of many researchers and historians. All are invited to participate and share their knowledge, resources and personal histories.

Thank you for your interest and participation in this project!

-The Management

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