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Day of Remembrance – Pearl Harbor 80th, USS Utah Sunset Memorial Ceremony


Today, after 80 years, we remember the sacrifices of those lost, and we honor the heroism of the Americans who fought that day.



Pearl Harbor 80th: USS Utah Sunset Memorial Ceremony



World War II veterans, U.S. and allied military personnel, friends and family participate in the USS Utah Memorial Sunset Ceremony in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 6, 2021.

The ceremony honors the loss of the USS Utah and 58 crewmen after the ship was torpedoed during the Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, attack on Dec. 7, 1941.

The USS Utah was the first ship torpedoed in the attack; it sank 12 minutes later. All 2,403 personnel who died in the Pearl Harbor attacks are being honored at ceremonies near Ford Island, Hawaii, Dec. 5-7, 2021.


Film Credits: DMA Pacific – Hawaii Media Bureau



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