MCB Hawaii Implements New Base Access Guidelines
27 Jul 2015

Starting Aug. 1, changes to the vehicle and base access policies will be implemented for military and civilians stationed aboard or visiting Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

All vehicles on the installation must be clearly identified by an MCB Hawaii decal or paper pass. These changes apply to all service members stationed aboard the base or visiting from another base, base employees, retirees, Friends of Kaneohe Bay pass-holders, and visitors.

Active duty and civilian Marines who work on MCB Hawaii without a current base decal must request a decal at the Vehicle Registration Office in building 1095.

Retirees will need to request either a decal or an annual paper pass at the registration office. Friends of K-Bay and active duty from other bases will be able to request an annual paper pass.

Visitors will need to request a day pass at the Front Gate Pass House.

In order to register a vehicle, drivers must have their valid Hawaii State vehicle registration, no-fault insurance and safety inspection, as well as their current authorized Department of Defense identification card and license, and a completed MCB Hawaii Decal Application Form.

Additional information, including the hours of operation and application form, can be found on the following website:

The mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation.

Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Orr

Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Public Affairs Office, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Box 63002, Kaneohe Bay, HI, 96862

Marine Corps Base Hawaii