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    Battleship USS Arizona The USS Arizona was sunk on December 7, 1941, when the ship was hit by a 1,760 pound armor-piercing bomb during a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor by Japaneses Naval Forces. The USS Arizona Memorial, built over the wreck of the battleship USS Arizona, was dedicated on Memorial Day 1962. It serves as a lasting tribute to the 1,177 men who lost their lives on that "Day of Infamy".

View of USS Arizona Memorial from Ford Island

71st Anniversary Reunion in Tucson

As the generation of Pearl Harbor Survivors, WWII veterans, and home front civilians pass away, the stakeholders of WWII history pass on to the next generation the hope and promise to remember the events that changed their lives and the course of history.

A multitude of special events are planned. We invite you to join us in to commemorating this historic milestone and honoring the enduring legacy of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona.

This year, the USS Arizona Reunion Association will hold their annual reunion Dec 5th - 10th in Tucson, Arizona at the Holiday Inn, 4550 S. Palo Verde Road. Survivor Lauren Bruner is scheduled to attend.

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by Nancy A. Nease - 10 December 2011 - Published 3:29pm PST - Updated 13 December 2011 2:03am PST

Glenn Harvey LaneView Obituary           View Book of Memories

He didn't make it to the 70th Pearl Harbor Anniversary Commemoration ceremonies. He had to cancel just two weeks before he was due to leave for Hawaii; health issues.

Glenn Harvey Lane of Oak Harbor, WA passed away this morning, December 10, 2011. He was stationed onboard the USS Arizona during the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Lane was not just a survivor of one ship, USS Arizona; he survived a second ship, USS Nevada.

"We started to go to the third deck and 'General Quarters' sounded. We had a G.Q. station which was a repair station aft on the quarter deck." Lane recalled.

Read more: USS Arizona Survivor Glenn Lane dead at 93

2011 Dec 6 USS Arizona Survivors
Left to Right: Lewis Conter, Loren Bruner, Donald Stratton, John Anderson,
Joseph Langdell, Edward Wentzlaff and Lonnie Cook.

USS Arizona Survivors pose for pictures in front of a replica of the ship during a tour of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument in Honolulu, Hawaii. 6 December 2011.

There are 13 known living USS Arizona Survivors.


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Interview with USS Arizona Survivor Don Stratton - 6 Dec 2011


USSARIZONA.ORG is dedicated to preserving the history of our great ship, Battleship USS Arizona (BB-39). Below are some highlights of the extensive information you will find on our website:

  • Survivor & Crew Stories: stories from the brave men who survived Pearl Harbor
  • Known Living Survivors: list and photos of the 19 known living survivors
  • Photo Galleries: history of the ship including sports and day-to-day life onboard

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USS Arizona Survivor Glenn Lane passed away Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011

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Presidental Proclamation - National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release - December 06, 2011
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