USS Arizona Pearl Harbor Memorial pin

USS Arizona Pearl Harbor Memorial pin

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The Date of Infamy that launched an epic conflict with Japan took place here in the early morning hours of December 7, 1941. The tranquil waters of Pearl Harbor were forever disrupted by the tides of war. The USS Arizona and 1,177 of her crew were among the first casualties of the Pacific War; the USS Arizona Memorial stands above the sunken vessel and her fallen sailors, serving as a reminder of their sacrifice and commitment. This pin commemorates the USS Arizona.

Location: 9-A3