Missouri Lt. Gov. Michael Parson (left) took part in a ceremony in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, that honored two U.S. Navy ships named after the Show-Me State. Parson, a U.S. Army veteran, described the pride he felt for the state he represents and the soldiers who serve in that moment.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Michael Parson (left) took part in a ceremony in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, that honored two U.S. Navy ships named after the Show-Me State. Parson, a U.S. Army veteran, described the pride he felt for the state he represents and the soldiers who serve in that moment. Photo provided
Missouri Lt. Gov. Michael Parson (left) took part in a ceremony in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, that honored two U.S. Navy ships named after the Show-Me State. Parson, a U.S. Army veteran, described the pride he felt for the state he represents and the soldiers who serve in that moment. Photo provided

New USS Missouri submarine serves as reminder of state pride, soldiers’ sacrifice

February 20, 2018 06:00 PM