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US Air Force Colonel (COL) Bruce Brown, Commander of the 15th Air Base Wing, Hickam AFB, Hawaii, Mr. Robert May a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor and USAF Major (MAJ) Joseph E. Davis salute as members of the 15th Air Base Wing Honor Guard raise the Flag during a twilight ceremony held at Hickam Air Force Base

US Air Force Colonel (COL) Bruce Brown, Commander of the 15th Air Base Wing, Hickam AFB, Hawaii, Mr. Robert May a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor and USAF Major (MAJ) Joseph E. Davis salute as members of the 15th Air Base Wing Honor Guard raise the Flag during a twilight ceremony held at Hickam Air Force Base

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Base: Hickam Air Force Base

State: Hawaii (HI)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: A1C Amy Mcbeth

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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07/12/1996
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