Available from Arcadia Publishing, and written by Museum historian Brad Sekigawa and Museum founder Brad Hayes, Barbers Point NAS is a pictorial tale of the history of the station. Through its 128 pages and 209 photographs, you’re taken from Barbers Point’s beginnings, scraped from the Ewa plains, to its closure after the end of the Cold War and its transition to a civilian airport.
As an added bonus, all authors’ proceeds are donated directly to the museum, helping us maintain and share that history for decades to come.
It can be purchased directly from the publisher, from your favorite local bookstore, or via any of the following links:
Amazon (Kindle e-book)
: Arcadia Publishing