Nice photo Eddie. You do not see many of Hickam AFB during the attack. I think that is what I knew as the PACAF Building in 1959-62. Our wooden barracks were on the other side of the base in a part called Area 61. There were small metal patches over the bullet holes in the walls but the pockmarks in the concrete floors remained. Often wondered what happened to the guy who was in my room on Sunday morning Dec.7th. Still go over to Ford Island Air Museum after the PITA State Shoot in Hilo every year.
Remember that when you buy your next automobile! All profits go to help someone in Japan. I could never understand why we support countries that we had to fight! I did two tours in Viet-Nam, don't even try to get me to buy anything they make. Have you ever noticed how many Jap, China. German and Korean cars are parked at the American legends and V.F.W, halls? Makes me want to throw up.