Air Force Association (AFA) Chapter 138 stepped up as wingmen for the Hickam AFB beautification project in 2007, transforming Atterbury Circle into Atterbury Memorial Park.
Through organizing the sale of sidewalk bricks, AFA Chapter 138 continues to work with friends and families of Airmen, past and present, to forge the sidewalks of the park into lasting legacies for those who've played a role in the Pacific's air & space power. Like those that serve the higher calling, each brick is individually formed, yet is destined to become a part of something larger than itself...the Pacific Legacy Pathway.
Memorial Walls at Atterbury Circle, Hickam Field, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Hawaii are positioned in four locations around the perimeter of the Heritage Pathway.
Purchasing a plaque for the memorial wall is the perfect way to leave your unit’s legacy or to memorialize a unit that has served in the Pacific theater with direct ties to Air Force air & space power.
Heritage Pathway at Atterbury Circle, Hickam Field, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Hawaii starts at the edge of Atterbury Circle, extending inward to culminate at the circle of honor around the Base Flag Pole.
Not only a base beautification project, it is an opportunity to express your gratitude or pay tribute to loved ones. Purchasing a brick on the path is the perfect way to leave your own legacy or to memoralize someone who’s served in the Pacific theater with direct ties to air & space power.
Each rust-hued brick on the pathway is approximately 4 1/2 x 9 inches; capital letters are etched and filled with epoxy.
AFA Hawaii Chapter 138
PMB 431 P.O. BOX 30800
HONOLULU, HI 96820