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USS Arizona survivors welcomed to Washington 75 years after Pearl Harbor attack
Hundreds of service members lined the halls of the Pentagon on Friday to welcome three of the five remaining survivors from the USS Arizona , 75 years after their ship was attacked by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor. Lauren Bruner (Fire Controlman), Donald Stratton (Seaman First Class), and Ken Potts
Pearl Harbor survivor interred with fallen shipmates aboard sunken USS Arizona
A veteran who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor and died last year at age 94 has been reunited with his fallen shipmates on the sunken ship.
Obama's Final Hawaiian Vacation as President
Last Day on the Islands Sunday, January 1 President Obama is wrapping up his 16-day winter vacation with dinner at Buzz's in Lanikai with the first family and friends. He also made some stops at a few of his regular goodbye locations earlier in the day. He started at the University of Hawaii Manoa.
During Historic Pearl Harbor Visit With Japanese PM, Obama Praises Peace Over War
Against the backdrop of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, and with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his side, President Barack Obama spoke Tuesday about the ills of tribalism and war. "I hope that together we send a message to the world that there is more to be won in peace than in
President Obama's Remarks at Pearl Harbor Ceremony
President Barack Obama and the prime minister of Japan visit the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor.
Japan's Prime Minister Remarks at Pearl Harbor Ceremony
Prime Minister Abe of Japan visits the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor with President Obama.
Japanese Prime Minister to Make Historic Trip to Pearl Harbor
For the first time since Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, a leader of the country will pay an official visit to the memorial at the USS Arizona.
A Guided Tour of the Site of the Pearl Harbor Attacks
ABC News' Stephanie Ramos takes a look at the USS Arizona Memorial, site of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Remembering the Pearl Harbor Attack
Remembering the Pearl Harbor Attack It was over in less than two hours and more than 2,000 Americans lost their lives on Dec. 7, 1941.
'Remember Pearl Harbor' : Survivors Return on 75th Anniversary of Attack
Stuart Hedley was on his way to a picnic with a girlfriend and her mother on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, when he said he was told to head to his battle station "on the double." "I got kicked right in the seat of the pants and told: 'Get to your battle station. This is the real thing Hedley said.