This Nov. 21, 2014 photo shows visitors looking at a wall inscribed with the names of the U.S.S. Arizona’s fallen at a memorial for the sunken battleship in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The USS Arizona is one of the nation’s most hallowed sites, an underwater grave for more than 900 sailors and Marines killed when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and sank their ship in 1941.
This Nov. 21, 2014 photo shows visitors looking at a wall inscribed with the names of the U.S.S. Arizona’s fallen at a memorial for the sunken battleship in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The USS Arizona is one of the nation’s most hallowed sites, an underwater grave for more than 900 sailors and Marines killed when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and sank their ship in 1941. Audrey McAvoy Associated Press
This Nov. 21, 2014 photo shows visitors looking at a wall inscribed with the names of the U.S.S. Arizona’s fallen at a memorial for the sunken battleship in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The USS Arizona is one of the nation’s most hallowed sites, an underwater grave for more than 900 sailors and Marines killed when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and sank their ship in 1941. Audrey McAvoy Associated Press