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USS Oklahoma Memorial

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ClipperCapt wrote a review Jan 2020
East Troy, Wisconsin96 contributions33 helpful votes
This is an interesting design for the USS Oklahoma Memorial, with individual white pillars for each man lost, with their names. As if each is a sailor in dress whites standing in place. A very good memorial walk among and consider the number of men lost.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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tolo565 wrote a review Jan 2020
Minto, Canada116 contributions17 helpful votes
We made a point of being there for a special ceremony on Dec.7, Pearl Harbor Day. Two admirals gave moving speeches. In attendance was a 96 year old survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor. At the end of the ceremony all were invited to lay an orchid at the memorial markers for the fallen.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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LasVegasMyTown wrote a review Dec 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada955 contributions1,685 helpful votes
The infamous Might Mo is docked off beautiful Ford Island. Military ID required to go on island. Most folks arrive by tour bus. And, most folks head right to the MISSOURI. Tours give you hardly anytime on the sites. My suggestion is to visit the USS OKLAHOMA instead. With the 20-30 minutes you have, you will be able to see, read and appreciate the Memorial. My husband and I lived on Ford Island for 3 months of our 4 years on Oahu. We first visited on the 75th anniversary of PH. They had a remembrance ceremony that was very moving. Read the the plaques, view the pillars and just realize where you are. Let us never forget or take our freedom for granted. Please give me a Heads Up vote if my review has been helpful to you and yours. Proud to call Las Vegas HOME.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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shawnpolyfoam wrote a review Dec 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii34 contributions1 helpful vote
Here is a little piece of history that many people don't get to see or don't even know exists. Very interesting story about it from WWll. Most people learn about the big things in history and this is just one of those that sometimes get over looked.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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bsaigh wrote a review Nov 2019
Phoenix, Arizona14 contributions4 helpful votes
Just glimpsed it on our tour, which wasn’t good enough and felt like an insult to the Oklahoma. Make time for staying at the memorial, absorbing it and giving it its due. USS Oklahoma’s story on December 7, 1941 is as unique and gripping as any on that momentous day.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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