Hickam Field resembles a small modern city of the 1930s. It has a cohesive composition of landmark buildings, airfield support structures, varied housing types, and mature landscaping, as well as open spaces that unite in design and plan to form a definable district. Hickam Field is significant for its superb planning and architectural integrity. Linked with the 1984 National Historic Landmark District, this community represents a total heritage site. Functioning in the same capacity today as it did in the 1930s. it offers a valuable insight into the architecture and planning concepts of the time, the lifestyle, and the military mission.
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