Henry Ford | Remembering Pearl Harbor, and Veterans Tribute

From our 2013 visitOpana Point (near Northwest tip of Hawaii): Path of 1st wave of bombers - http://www.wtj.com/articles/pearl_maps/map_anim_oahu_02b.html (photo from our 2001 trip)One of the many who have made America great!Hull of USS Arizona, where oil still seeps from the ship, yet fish thrive (photo from our 2001 trip)U.S. Coast Guard "at the ready" patrolling the harbor around our cruise ship just two months after 911 (photo from our 2001 trip)Sunset over Hawaii (photo from our 2001 trip)From our 2013 visitFrom our 2013 visitOn board the USS Missouri "Mighty Mo" where World War II (Pacific) ended. Lower Right: Tour Guide J Ford Murray memorizes visitors as he skillfully recounts the historic surrender.On board the USS Missouri "Mighty Mo" where World War II (Pacific) ended. Tour Guide J Ford Murray memorizes visitors as he skillfully recounts the historic surrender.J Ford Murray recounts the historic unconditional surrender of Japanese Forces to The Alied Command.Breaking the color and the gender barriers in service to this country. Will they ever be equal and equally treated? (not a Pearl Harbor photo).Members of the Navajo Code Talkers whose actions helped so much during the war. Its hard to believe the American Indians have the need to stand for justice at Standing Rock. (not a Pearl Harbor photo)Japanese "Nisei" Military Veterans who sacrificed and fought with Allied Forces in Europe, despite the fact that people of Japanese Ancestry were interned in the United States during the war. How doesDianne's cousin Benjamin Suber (right) receiving congratulations! - (not a Pearl Harbor photo).My Uncle Willie Ford - aka "Sonny Boy" - (not a Pearl Harbor photo).My Uncle Mark Ford - aka "Sugar Mark". A member of the famed Red Ball Express - (not a Pearl Harbor photo).My cousin John Bell - (not a Pearl Harbor photo).My cousin Emmett Vinson Sr. - (not a Pearl Harbor photo).Our friend Roy Richardson, member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, a group who never lost an airplane of the bomber crews they protected. (not a Pearl Harbor photo).