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Check Six – 1980s: 154th Composite Group’s Chow Hall

March 10, 2022
Hawaii Air National Guard photograph

This undated photograph shows the food line in the 154th Composite Group’s old chow hall. Services were provided by members of the then-154th Combat Support Squadron. However, most of the workers were contract workers. In this photograph, there is only one person wearing a military collar rank (airman, second from the right).

The chow hall was on the second floor, ocean side of the old fighter hanger (Building 3400). Seating was limited and many airmen took their meals back to their working areas. The food services moved to the Mission Support facility after it was operational. By then, the newly established 154th Services Flight members handled food services. The chow hall name evolved to dining facility.

The chow hall’s second floor location in the hanger was renovated and became the 154th Wing’s Operations Center.

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