The Symposium will be held February 12-14 in Honolulu. This year’s theme is “SUNKEN WARBIRDS: The Legacy of Naval Aviation in the Pacific,” although not all presentations have an aviation theme. Detailed schedule can be found at: http://mahhi.org/Schedule.html.
The Symposium begins with the free and open to the public Friday night keynote featuring Kenneth DeHoff, CEO of the Pacific Aviation Museum, February 12 at 7:00pm on the UH Manoa campus (BusAd A-101).
On Saturday and Sunday, February 13-14, the symposium will be held in the Hawaii Kai NOAA Sanctuaries office (6600 Kalanianaole Highway, Suite #300) above Roy’s Restaurant. Saturday registration opens at 8am, Sunday 8:30am.
Registration fees: $75 for the two days ($40 one-day), Students $30 ($20 one-day); register online at http://mahhi.org/Registration.html.