Hawaii Military Directory

The vision of the School Liaison Program is to coordinate and assist school aged children of military parents with educational opportunities and information necessary to succeed in an academic environment. School liaison officers also network, educate and work in partnership with local schools to provide caring adults to enhance the education experience.

The mission of the School Liaison is to provide military commanders with the support necessary to coordinate and advise military parents of school-aged children on educational issues and needs and to assist in solving education-related problems.

The goals of the program are to identify barriers to academic success and develop solutions; promote parental involvement in their children's education; develop and coordinate partnerships in education; provide parents with the tools they need to overcome obstacles to education that stem from the military lifestyle; and to promote and educate local communities and schools regarding the needs of military children.


The Army has an active School Liison Officer program on each of its installations. The Army School Liaison Officers (SLO) serve the Active, National Guard/Army Reserve/ Accessions Commands and geographically dispersed Families within a one hour distance of their installation. Army School Liaison Officers (SLO) act as primary advisors to garrison command staff on matters relating to schools serving the installation. They work closely with local school personnel to identify and resolve issues that impact transition military students, serve as "ombudsmen" between military Families and schools during in and out processing periods, and encourage school systems to become Secondary Education Transition Study Memorandum of Agreement Signatories.

Army Installation Management Command Region School Transition Specialist (STS) have been hired at the six Region offices to help establish an Army infrastructure that facilitates the adoption of reciprocal practices among and across school systems in their assigned geographical areas. The intent is to ease school transitions for mobile military students. STS work closely with installation School Liaison Officers to elevate systematic school transition issues to be addressed from an Army wide policy and/or procedural perspective. The STS serve as the point of contact for school issues for our geographically dispersed Families that are not close to an Army installation.

To find an Army School Liaison Officer (SLO) on a specific installation or Army School Transition Specialist, call Child, Youth and School (CYS) Services.

Marine Corps

The education and welfare of school age children is a quality of life issue. Marine Corps families experience challenges with reciprocity and quality of education from location to location. School-age children are as transient as their military parents, and they may encounter transition and academic problems. The majority of Marine Corps dependents attend public schools both on and off the installation. To assist parents and commanders in interacting with local schools and in responding to education transition issues, a School Liaison position was provided at each Marine Corps installation.

School Liaisons (SLs) support transitioning families in obtaining educational information and assistance from local school districts. The role and active involvement of the Installation Commander is critical to the success of the SL program. The USMC SL role is very comprehensive and is adapted at each installation according to the needs of the community. Some of their roles include:

  • Functions as a communicator and facilitator that assists parents and commanders in interacting with local schools and in responding to education transition issues for all school ages.
  • Advocates regarding educational issues to optimize the educational experience of elementary, middle and high school students.
  • Maintains information on the availability and access of educational services available in their areas.
  • Collaborates with the various Marine and family support programs to ensure that Marine families receive responsive support with a minimum of referrals and paperwork.


The Navy is implementing K-12 support to military families through Child and Youth Education Services at all major Navy installations. Navy School Liaison Officers can be contacted through the local Child and Youth Programs office, Fleet and Family Support Center

Air Force

Each Air Force base has a point-of-contact (POC) for local military child education matters. This POC advocates for the educational needs of military children, assists Airmen and families with information and referrals regarding local school districts and other education options including home schooling, private schools, charter schools, and cyber schools, and ensures a communication link with inbound or outbound family members for educational issues. Please call or visit the Airman and Family Readiness Center on any Air Force Installation for more information.

School Liaison Offices:


IMCOM Pacific School Liaison Officer

132 Yamanaga Street, Bldg 104
Fort Shafter, HI 96858-5520

COMM: (808) 438-5492
DSN: (315) 438-5492
FAX: (808) 438-8666
Web site: http://slo.parocys.org/
IMCOM Pacific School Transition Specialist
Charles Boyer - School Transition Specialist

132 Yamanaga Street, Bldg 104
Fort Shafter, HI 96858-5520

COMM: (808) 438-2603
DSN: (315) 438-2603
FAX: (808) 438-8666
Web site: http://slo.parocys.org/
Email: charles.boyer2@us.army.mil
(Source: http://militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/reference_armySLs.html#pacific)


Darren Dean
Email: darren.dean@hickam.af.mil
Website: Air Force School Liaison Office web site


LCDR Charles Davis
Email: Charles.D.Davis@uscg.mil


Amy Madsen
Phone: 808 630-8281 / 808 257-8897 / 808477-8657
Email: amy.madsen@usmc.mil
Website: Marines School Liaison Office web site


NAVSTA Pearl Harbor
Liz Gocong
School Liaison Officer
CNRH, MWR, CYP, School Liaison Services,
MWR Director, Cheryl Camp
Moanalua Navy Services Center
4827 Bougainville Drive
Pearl Harbor, HI  96860

Phone: 808 474-1999 ext 6228
DSN: Vacant
Web site: www.greatlifehawaii.com
Email: elizabeth.gocong@navy.mil



The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) operates a worldwide chain of commissaries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment.

With the addition of online resources, shopping at the commissary has never been easier. Forget crowded stores and standing in long lines - the DeCA online commissary site is open 24/7 to meet your shopping needs. They're your benefits - use them when they're convenient to you.

(Source: http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil/portal/page/mhf/MHF/MHF_DETAIL_1?section_id=

Barbers Point (Kalaeloa)


Store Information: Store Director:
Ms. Rhonda Smith
Store Hours: Store Services:
Enterprise Ave
P.O. Box 75295 Kapolei
HI 96707-0295
United States
Phone: (808) 474-0817
Fax: (808) 471-0291
DSN: 474-3213
Email: rhonda.smith@deca.mil
Tue - Sat: 1000 - 1900
Sun & Mon: Closed
New Store Hours:

The Barbers Point Commissary has changed their operating hours in order to better serve our Most Valued and Well Deserved Commissary Patrons. We are now open from 1000 hours to 1900 hours, Tuesday through Saturday.

Visitor / Guest Policy:

ID card check is required at the point of entry in the commissary and ID check is required again of the purchaser at the cash register. Authorized commissary patrons, 18 years and older will be allowed to sponser two (2) guests into the commissary. Exceptions may be made for authorized patron's family visiting from out of state. All guests/visitors (12 years and older) must show a picture identification card. Authorized patrons under the aage of 18 will not be allowed to sponser a guest into the Commissary or Exchange. More important information on our visitor/guest policy is posted at our ID desk.

All Authorized Commissary Patrons must adhere to COMNAVREG INSTRUCTION 1330.21, Subject: Authorized Patrons of the Navy Exchange and Defense Commissary Agency.

This policy is to protect the authorized patron's commissary benefit. It is the responsibility of the authorized patrons to ensure compliance of the instruction. Failure to do so can result in loss of their privileges.

Special Order:

At the Barbers Point Commissary we are here to serve our military community in any way we possibly can. If you find that at the larger commissaries carry an item that we don't carry, we will be happy to special order it from the larger commissaries. We ask you to fill out a special order request and give us the brand, item information, UPC, size and the quantity you need. We will get it for you as quickly as possible. If any questions, please call us at 474-0817, ext. 308/302.

(Source: http://www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=HQCWHR&page=news)

Hickam AFB


Store Information: Store Director:
Richard D. Means
Store Hours: Store Services
20 Hickam Ct.
Hickam Afb
HI 96853-5255
United States
Phone: (808)449-1363
Fax: (808) 449-7681
DSN: 449-1363
DSN FAX: 449-7681
Email: richard.means@deca.mil
Open Daily: 0900 - 2000 ATM
Custom Photo Cakes
Fresh Lobster
Fresh Sandwiches to go
Hot Foods Dept
Party Cakes
Rotisserie Chicken


Your commissary will be open for business on the following holidays:

  • Martin Luther King Day
  • President's Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Columbus Day
  • Veteran's Day

Holidays Closed:

  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Day

(Source: http://www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=HQCWHU&page=news)

Kaneohe Bay MCBH


Store Information: Store Director:
Jeffery Dusich
Store Hours: Store Services:
(Next to MCBH Mokapu Mall)
Kaneohe Marine Corp Base
HI 96863-3080
United States
Phone: (808)257-1463
Fax: (808) 257-1462
DSN: 457-1463
DSN FAX: 457-1462
Email: jeffery.dusich@deca.mil
Tue - Fri 1000 - 1900
Sat - Mon 1000 - 1800
Custom Photo Cakes
Fresh Sandwiches to go
Rotisserie Chicken

(Source: http://www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=HQCWHV&page=news)

Pearl Harbor


Store Information: Store Director:
Eyvinne Umemoto
Store Hours: Store Services:
4725 Bougainville Drive
Pearl Harbor
HI 96860-6000
United States
Phone: 808-471-8402
Fax: 808-474-7597
DSN: 471-8402
Email: eyvinne.umemoto@deca.mil
Open Daily 0900 - 2100 Bakery
Custom Photo Cakes
Fresh Lobster
Fresh Sandwiches to go
Hot Foods Dept
Party Cakes
Rotisserie Chicken

Navy implements a new "No Guest Policy" at the Pearl Harbor Commissary. The new policy goes into effect on December 8, 2008 at the Pearl Harbor commissary. To reduce overcrowding and provide a more enjoyable shopping experience in a safe surrounding, beginning on Monday, December 8th, only authorized commissary patrons will be allowed entry into the commissary. Authroized commissary patrons will no longer be permitted to sponsor guests into the Pearl Harbor commissary. As the new policy go into effect, commissary employees are still required to conduct a 100% ID Card check by verifying both the Front & Back of the ID Card at the Front Entrance Door prior to allowing entrance and once again at the cash register prior to starting your transaction. Please have your I.D. Card out and ready for the cashier to to verify before we may begin processing your groceries and this will help to speed up the check-out process. Authorized commissary patrons are reminded that all dependent children 10 years old and older are required to have a valid ID Card in their possession when accompanying their parents into the commissary. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

For more information regarding the agent card, you may contact the Navy Exchange, Customer Relations at (808) 423-3274.

When in a military uniform, it will not be necessary to show your I.D. Card at the checkout register, unless using a check and credit/debit.
New Store Hours:

New Commissary Operating Hours, effective June 1, 2008. 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Sunday through Monday.

Physically Disabled commissary patrons may enter the commissary up to 30 minutes before regularly scheduled opening time, However, the cash registers will opening at 9 am.
Shopping Carts

"SHOPPING CARTS" Remember to get a shopping cart before entering the commissary! All commissary shopping carts are located on the sidewalk directly in front of the commissary. "Please" don't forget to get your shopping cart prior to entering into the commissary.

(Source: http://www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=HQCWHW&page=news)

Schofield Barracks


Store Information: Store Director:
Susan Sturgeon-Campbell
Store Hours: Store Services:
698 Trimble Road
Schofield Barracks
HI 96786-3699
United States
Phone: 808-655-5066
Fax: 808-655-1137
Email: susan.campbell@.deca.mil
Mon - Fri: 0900 - 2000
Sat/Sun: 0800 - 1900
Fresh Lobster
Fresh Sandwiches to go
Rotisserie Chicken

One of the simplest ways to improve the family budget is to use the commissary benefit. This is especially true for young service members in grades E-1 through E-6. Regular commissary shopping saves a family of four $2,400 per year. The latest price comparison survey conducted for Hawaii shows the great savings by shopping your commissary.

(Source: http://www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=HQCWHX&page=news)


Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES)

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) -- now in its second century of service -- remains committed to its dual mission of providing products and services to military families worldwide and generating earnings to supplement military morale, welfare and recreation (MWR) programs. While most of AAFES' earnings go to MWR programs -- $272.7 million in 2007 -- the remainder funds new and improved exchange stores. In addition to strengthening troops' quality of life, AAFES saves authorized shoppers money with an average overall savings of 20 percent compared to the competition. Customers can enjoy exchange benefits in many ways, with the greatest value being AAFES' pledge "We Go Where You Go."

AAFES is a joint military activity providing quality merchandise and services to active duty, guard and reserve members, military retirees and their Families at competitively low prices. AAFES returns earnings to the Army and Air Force to improve troops' quality of life and to provide a dividend to support MWR programs.

(Source: http://www.aafes.com/pa/factsheet14.pdf)

Aliamanu Information


Shoppette | Gas Station | Beauty Shop

Bldg. 880

  Shoppette | Gas (808) 833-6997 0500-1200 midnight w/ gas Daily
  Beauty Shop (808) 833-2212 Wed-Sun 1000-1800/ Mon-Tue Closed

Burger King

Bldg. 878
(808) 833-6347
Mon-Fri 0700-2000 / Sat 0800-2000 / Sun 1100-1900
drive thru: Mon-Thu 0630-2000 / Fri & Sat 0630-2030 / Sun 0700-1900

Bellows AFS Information


Main installation - # C-808-259-8080
Location: On the eastern shore of Oahu. From Honolulu, take H-1 east to exit 21A Pali Highway (Hi-61), go north.
Take a right onto Kalanianaole (HI-72), south to AFS. Clearly marked. USMRA: Page 129 (E-7), NMC: Kaneohe, Nine miles northwest.
General Info: Beach Recreation Center for uniformed services personnel and families,
and Marine training area.

Shoppette with gas

Bldg. 313
(808) 853-4699 Daily 0800-2000
ALSO: Class Six/ Launderette (open 24 hrs.)
ALSO: Subway (808) 853-4672 Daily 1030-1800

Bellows Recreational Center

220 Tinker Rd.
US Mainland 1-800-437-2607/ C-808-259-8080

RV, Camping/FamCamp

(Beach cottages on base)
C-808-259-8080 or 1-800-437-2607

Keneke's Snack Bar

Bldg 220
(808) 259-4117 Daily 0730-1700
ALSO: Muddy Waters Café (808) 259-2004 Daily 0600-1400

Other Facilities:

Golf Driving Range | Miniture Golf | Equipment Rental | Indoor Recreation 259-8080

Fort Derussy Information


Main installation: # from Conus 800-367-6027
(808) 367-6027
Daily 0800-1600
(808) 955-0555
Open 24 hrs.

Location: On Fort DeRussy at 2055 Kalia Rd. Waikiki Beach, Oahu. Fort DeRussy is between Ala Moanaa Blvd. Kalakaua Avenue & Sartoga Rd. , nine miles east of Honolulu.
General Info: Hale Koa Hotel and Armed Forces Recreation Center, Fort DeRussy Military Museum

Hale Koa Exchange

(Store is located lower level in the Hale Koa Hotel)
(808) 955-0060
Daily 0700-2300

Other Facilities:

Coffee House | Dining Room | Lounge | Snack Bar | Activity Desk | Tour Office | Athletic Fields | Fitness Center | Handball | Racquetball | Swimming | Tennis | Volleyball

Call for information (808) 955-0555

Nearby Attractions:

Zoo | Resort Hotels | Beaches | Military Museum

The Hale Koa Hotel offers: Magic Show | Mexican/Italian Dinner Buffet | Luau on the beach and Tama's Polynesian Revue.

Helemano Information



Bldg. P-2
(808) 621-0040
Daily 0700-2200

Waianae Rec. Area Information


Waianae Recreation Area
C-808-449-7110, D-315-449-7110

Location: Located in the west coast of Oahu. Take H1 west H-93 (Farrington Highway); north to Waianae.

General Info: Located along beach of Pokae Bay in once-quiet fishing and plantation village. One of the favorite swimming an fishing spots on Oahu. the facility is one of the finest on the island. Operated by Fort shafter, off post year round. Military personnel active, retired, reserve, DOD civilians, other federal employees.

Waianae Shoppette

Bldg. P-4070
(808) 696-2886
Mon-Fri 0730-2000 / Sat & Sun 0800-2000

Other Facilities

Beach, Club/all ranks | Convenience/Package Store | First Aid Station | Grills | Pavilions | Picnic Areas | Snack Bar | Snorkeling | Surfing | Swimming | Water Sports | Equipment Rental | Outdoor sports facilities, five minute walk from camp.

Nearby Attractions:

Beautiful beaches | swimming | surfing | kayaking | snorkeling and fishing

Tripler Med. Center Information


Main installation: # C 808-433-6662, D-315-433-6662
Location: Take H1 west from Honolulu to Tripler exit. Turn right on Jarrett White Rd. To Tripler Medical Center.
General Info: Tripler Medical Center is the largest Military medical center in the Pacific area of operations. Tripler treats
service members from all branches of the military.


Wing 1-C-502
(808) 833-1267
Mon-Fri 0800-1800/ Sat 0800-1530 / Sun Closed


Food Court


American Eatery

(808) 833-1259  Mon-Fri 0600-1900/ Sat & Sun 0800-1030

We Proudly Brew

  Mon-Fri 0600-2100/ Sat & Sun 0800-1500


(808) 833-1259 Mon-Fri 1000-2100/ Sat & Sun 1000-1500




(808) 839-6810 Mon-Fri 0900-1700/ Sat & Sun Closed


(808) 833-3367 Mon-Fri 0900-1700/ Sat & Sun Closed

Laundry & Dry Clean

(808) 833-1029 Mon-Fri 0800-1700/ Sat & Sun Closed

Optical Shop

(808) 847-7733 Mon-Fri 0900-1700/ Sat & Sun Closed

Other Facility

Carson Wagonlit Travel (808) 834-7499

Nearby Attractions

USS Arizona National Memorial | Pearl Harbor | Great view of Honolulu.

Wheeler AFB Information


Main installation: # C 808-449-7110, D-315-449-7110
Location: Take H-w or HI-99 in the center of the island of Oahu. Adjacent o Schofield Barracks.
General Info: Aviation Support for the 25th Infantry Division (Light), Air National Guard Aircraft Control and
Warning Squadron and support units, Garrison Support Activities.

Shoppette / Class Six

Bldg 147
(808) 624-1430
Mon-Fri 0700-1900/ Sat & Sun 1000-1700


Barber Shop (808) 624-1052 Mon-Fri 0900-1700 / Sat & Sun Closed

Other Facilities

Bank 623-8616 | Carson Wagonilit Travel 624-1700 | Child Dev Center 656-1900 | Child Care 656-1900

Nearby Attractions

Numerous activities on Oahu and other island. Pineapple and sugar cane fields.

Other Facilities


Kilauea Military Camp Joint Services Recreation Center

Main Installation C-808-967-7315

KML Facilities

Cafeteria (808) 967-8355 | Gas Station (808) 967-8362 | Country Store (808) 967-8364

Lodging Office Bldg. P-4070
(808) 967-8333/34 direct from Oahu (808) 438-6707
Mon-Thurs 0800-1630/ Fri 0800-1830

RV Camping | Famcamp

(808) 438-6707 from Oahu (808) 967-8333/34

Other Facilities

Bowling | Bicycle Rental | Golf | Mini Health Center | Multi-Purpose Court | Tennis and Rental Equipment.

Nearby Attractions

Tours of the Big Island Hawaii, Hilo | Black Sands Beach | Kona | Volcanoes National Park | Hula shows

Bowling Centers

  • Fort Shafter - The Strike Zone, Cosmic Bowling Center (Bldg. 660, Chamberlain Road Fort Shafter)
  • Schofield Barracks - Cosmic Bowling Center (Bldg. 557, Burr Street, Schofield Barrack)
  • Tripler - Tripler Bowling Center (Bldg. 300, Krukoski Street,Fort Shafter)

Golf Course

  • Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course - (Fort Shafter)
  • Leiluhua Golf Course- (Leilehua Road, Wahiawa)

Sports and Fitness

  • Health and Fitness Center - ( Schofield Barracks)
  • Martinez Physical Fitness Center
  • Helemano Military Reservation
  • Aliamanu Military Reservation
  • Fort Shafter
  • Tripler Army Medical Center

Swimming Pools

  • Aliamanu Military Reservation Pool
  • Helemano Military Reservation Pool
  • Richardson Pool, Schofield Barracks
  • Tripler Army Medical Center Pool

Leisure Activities and Rentals

  • U.S Army Museum of Hawaii - (Fort DeRussy)
  • Tropic Lightning Museum - (Schofield Barracks)
  • Fort Shafter Arts and Crafts
  • Schofield Barracks Arts and Crafts
  • Fort Shafter Woodshop
  • Schofield Barracks Woodshop
  • Schofield Custom Framing and Engraving
  • Fort Shafter Automotive Skills Center
  • Schofield Barracks Automotive Skills Center