There are 2 US Army bases located in the state of Hawaii.
Located in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii, Fort Shafter opened as an army post in 1907 with the construction of the now famous Palm Circle (which has become a National Historic Landmark.) Construction and expansion continued throughout the first half of the 20th century.
Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, Schofield Barracks is comprised of over 17,000 acres of land. The base was first established in 1908 to help protect Pearl Harbor. Home to the 25th ID (known as Tropic Lightning), Schofield Barracks continues to play an important role for the Army in the Asia-Pacific theater of operations.