Historic preservation part of Hickam AFB mission

Master Sgt Gene Graye, 940th Maintenance Group electro environmental technician, points to the path a Japanese bullet took during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941. On the day that launched the U.S. into World War II, Japanese aircraft strafed the hangars on Hickam Air Force Base. The remnants of that attack have been preserved for history. Sergeant Graye was part of a maintenance team that spent from Sept. 14-28, 2007, helping the 154th Maintenance Squadron, Hawaii Air National Guard, with maintenance on their fleet of KC-135s and the active duty's newest airlifter, the C-17.

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