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Tango0112 Dec 2020 9:44 p.m. PST

…bring families closure.

"World War II ended practically as soon as it started for Fireman 1st Class Louis Tushla and Seaman 2nd Class Charles Alan Jones, two Nebraskans serving in the Navy aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma.

The ship rolled over at its berth along Pearl Harbor's Battleship Row in the first minutes of the Japanese attack on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, trapping both men and hundreds of their shipmates below decks. Of 429 sailors and Marines who died on the ship, only 35 were identified during the war; the rest were buried in Hawaii in graves marked "Unknown." The only ship that lost more men was the USS Arizona, on which 1,177 men perished…"
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Personal logo deadhead Supporting Member of TMP24 Dec 2020 10:36 a.m. PST

What a shame.

Across the Pond we are shut out for copyright reasons!

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