- The ahu at Mākua, 2005
The ahu (shrine) is modern, constructed for cultural accesses to the valley conducted by Mālama Mākau, a community organization. In the distance lies the US Army observation tower for live fire training exercises.
- Off-limits area, Mākua, 2005
This area is permanently off limits because it is contaminated by "improved conventional munitions." Small round bombs will explode decades later if they are slightly moved.
- US Army trench, Mākua Valley, 2002
A structure for live fire training exercises at Mākua.
- Grenade training enclosure, Mākua, 2005
An enclosure built of tires for grenade throwing practice.
- Training emplacement, Mākua, 2003
- Main gate, Mākua, 2009
The entrance to Mākua. Until recent decades the valley was unfenced and open.
- Pā Ilina (cemetery), Mākua, 1993
Graves of the residents of Mākua, from families removed by the US Army. Subsequently, their church was used for target practice and destroyed.