Access to Ford Island and the Pacific Aviation Museum is only possible by tour bus. Once on site you can explore a few of the hangars, several of which have battle scars from the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. I got a few shots of the original windows of Hangar 79 which are still riddled with bullet holes from Japanese fighter planes. It's a fascinating museum to explore, made all the more profound by the significance of what happened here.
|Bullet holes still in the glass from the attack on Pearl Harbor.|
|The historic control tower on Ford Island.|