Front of Hangar 37, Pacific Aviation Museum.
Display of covered aircraft at front entrance of museum.
Overhead view of Pearl Harbor in the lobby of the Pacific Aviation Museum.
Ford Island mural on the floor of the museum lobby. Note the tips of photographer David Croxford's shoes, bottom frame.
One of several vintage advertisments for war bonds.
Emblem on the side of a B-25 Mitchell bomber.
Vintage mural of Waikiki Beach.
Japanese A6m2-21 Zero aircraft.
Front: Curtiss P-40 Warhawk;
Behind: B-25 Mitchell Bomber
The underside of a Aeronca 65TC, a small private plane flown during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Douglas SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
Wreckage of Japanese pilot Shigenori Nishikaichi's Zero aircraft, who crash landed on Niihau after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It is displayed as it was found on Niihau.
Front view of Douglas SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber
N2S-3 Stearman, a training plane for young cadets. The model featured here was flown by former president George H.W. Bush.
Bush's flight training logbook
Some wreckage of a propeller in nearby Hangar 79
Flight simulators in the Pacific Aviation Museum's flight lab
Exterior of Hangar 79
Windows of Hangar 79, still marked with bulletholes from the attack on Pearl Harbor.
An old watchtower in front of the museum, currently closed for renovation.
Signatures of the workers who helped build Hangar 79.