On an island full of sacred historical reminders, perhaps none are more iconic than the USS Arizona Memorial. Visitors from around the world come to pay their respects to the 1,177 men who went down with their ship that fateful day. But to the diminishing few who were actually on Oahu the day of the attack, this monument represents more than just a story read from a page. In these short reflections, a few of the greatest generation share their feelings about visiting this hallowed monument.
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Executive Producer: Chuck Dunkerly, National Park Service. Producer/Editor: Ted Roach.
Produced by the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
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