Construction on Wheeler Field continued in the 1930s on hangars and other facilities.
- Grumman OA-9 Goose, 6th Pursuit Squadron at Wheeler Field, c1939-1941.
- International Glider Meet November 22 to December 19, 1931. 2nd Lt William A. Cocke of Wheeler Field broke the world's record for glider flight (both endurance & distance) by remaining in the air for 21 hours, 34 minutes, 25 seconds and traveled an estimated 600 miles.
- International Glider Meet Dec. 17-18, 1931. Lt. William A. Cocke of Wheeler's 19th Pursuit Squadron stands alongside his "Nighthawk" glider in which he broke the official world record of 14 hours & 7 minutes. Note unofficial 19th Pursuit Squadron insignia on tail of glider.
- Aircraft from Wheeler Field fly past Haleakala on a trip to Hilo, December 1938.
- Aircraft from Wheeler Field fly past Haleakala on trip to Hilo, December 1938.
- P-12 aircraft at Wheeler Field flight line. Note that 4th acircraft from left appears to have same tail markings as the restored P-12 at Air Force Museum, c1933-1939.
- P-12 on Wheeler Field flight line, 1930.
- P-12 on Wheeler Field flight line, 1933.
- P-12 at Wheeler Field, 1934.
- Boeing P-12E assigned to 6th Pursuit Squadron, 18th Pursuit Group, Wheeler Field, December 1933 to March 1939, Ser. #31-559. Aircraft was placed on permanent display at Air Force Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, August 20, 1983.
- Boeing P-12E 18th Pursuit Group at Wheeler Field, 1934-1937.
- P-26 at Wheeler Field, 1930s.