Hickam Air Force Base Pacf Headquarters Building

Flag picture used for background is the remains of the tattered flag that
flew over Hickam during the Japanese attack.

The sign below explains the significance of the building that
once housed barracks but now is used as a headquarters building.

The bullet holes were left as a reminder.

There is a memorial garden in the middle of the building.
Updated July 2012
Sybil Vaughn
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