Kaneohe Bay


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Kaneohe Bay,

Hawaii, on the east coast of Oahu, protected by coral reefs and dotted with islands. The shores of the bay are rimmed with ancient fishponds built by the Hawaiian chiefs. A U.S. marine corps air facility and the headquarters of all U.S. marine operations in Hawaii are on the Mokapu Peninsula bordering the bay.
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On 1 September 1977, HMM-265 was reactivated at Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, establishing a presence in the Pacific that continues today.
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Activated in March 1942 at MCAS Ewa, Hawaii, the Marines and Sailors of MAG-24 continue today at MCB Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, providing combat-ready expeditionary aviation forces capable of short-notice worldwide deployment in support of Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations.