- Platform in area 1746, Kalaeloa, 2001
This platform was bulldozed by the US Army in a cleanup of an area contaminated by lead shotgun pellets at a recreational trap and skeet shooting range. Army archaeologists maintained that this is not a Hawaiian cultural structure. It was taken apart prior to being bulldozed. No bones or other cultural artifacts were found inside.
- Area 1753 - engine from WW II plane crash
This plane crashed during WW II directly on the paved ala (pathway) in several other images in this album. All of the other fuselage has been removed, but the engine remains.
- Small ahu (shrine) near the main gate, Kalaeloa, 2001
This shrine, visited in 2001 with cultural anthropologist Marion Kelly, was destroyed by the US Army in order to construct a large FBI building. Army archaeologists maintain that this is not a Hawaiian cultural site and that it was built on land that had been previously bulldozed during WWII for the construction of quonset huts.
- Unusual zig-zag structure, Kalaeloa, 2008
This puzzling structure was demolished to make parking spaces by an organization that leased an adjacent parcel for car racing. Not visible in the image are upright stones forming the walls of the structure - a traditional construction technique in Tahiti sometimes also seen at Kalaeloa.