Another Of The Greatest Generation Laid To Rest

NCFUBARNCFUBAR Senior MemberPosts: 4,226 Senior Member
http://www.redstate.com/prevaila/2017/04/19/survivor-pearl-harbor-interred-fallen-shipmates-uss-arizona/
One of the last survivors who served on the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941 was interred with his fallen shipmates aboard the sunken USS Arizona.

Raymond Haerry was a 19-year-old serving on the USS Arizona the day imperial Japan struck Pearl Harbor. The Arizona would infamously go down during the fight, along with 1,177 of Haerry’s shipmates.
Haerry is the 42nd survivor to be interred with his mates, something only those serving on the Arizona that day are allowed to do. There are five remaining survivors of the sh

Godspeed :usa:
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  • Big ChiefBig Chief Senior Member Posts: 30,683 Senior Member
    :angel2: :angel2:

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  • coolgunguycoolgunguy Senior Member Posts: 5,682 Senior Member
    Dan C. and tennmike posted this on the book of faces... RIP sailor:usa:


    It made me wonder though... is this something that's done? The article didn't really say, so I don't know if this is a common practice or something rare. I don't mean at the Arizona Memorial specifically, but battlefields in general.
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  • zorbazorba Senior Member Posts: 15,663 Senior Member
    Wow. :angel:
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  • tennmiketennmike Senior Member Posts: 21,921 Senior Member
    coolgunguy wrote: »
    Dan C. and tennmike posted this on the book of faces... RIP sailor:usa:


    It made me wonder though... is this something that's done? The article didn't really say, so I don't know if this is a common practice or something rare. I don't mean at the Arizona Memorial specifically, but battlefields in general.

    Don't know about it being any common practice elsewhere, but the Arizona Memorial is a very special case. The ones who served on that ship and were aboard the day of the attack deserve that VERY special honor, IMHO.

    And like I said on that book of faces post, "Fair winds and following seas. You stand relieved, we have the watch." :usa::usa:
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  • Hondo341Hondo341 Member Posts: 448 Member
    Me Dad was in WWII. Those were some really tough people.
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  • Wambli SkaWambli Ska Moderator Posts: 25,401 Senior Member
    Finally back with his buddies. God bless you sailor :usa:
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  • 6EQUJ5 - WOW!6EQUJ5 - WOW! Banned Posts: 482 Member
    There was a great documentary awhile back that featured the USS Arizona and the veterans who are interred there. They even sent in a submersible to view the interior of the ship. Greatest Generation indeed.

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