Friday, December 07, 2007

December 7th


071204-N-9758L-028 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Dec. 4, 2007) Pearl Harbor survivor Chief Cook Edward Gaulrapp (Ret.) views the USS Arizona Memorial during a visit to historic Ford Island. Assigned to the Pearl Harbor-based Perch-class submarine USS Pompano (SS 181), Gaulrapp was in his barracks when the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor began. He and several other Pearl Harbor survivors are currently in the Pearl Harbor area to observe the 66th anniversary of the attack. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael A. Lantron (Released)

071204-N-9758L-047 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Dec. 4, 2007) Pearl Harbor survivor Chief Cook Edward Gaulrapp (Ret.) uses an aerial floor photo of Pearl Harbor, located at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, to pinpoint his location during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack. Assigned to the Pearl Harbor-based Perch-class submarine USS Pompano (SS 181), Gaulrapp was in his barracks when the attacks began. He and several other Pearl Harbor survivors are in the Pearl Harbor area to observe the 66th anniversary of the attack. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael A. Lantron (Released)


071127-N-7974M-002 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Nov. 27, 2007) Sailors aboard the guided-missile frigate USS Crommelin (FFG 37) man the rails as they depart Naval Station Pearl Harbor. Crommelin will transit the Panama Canal en route to the Caribbean to conduct counter narcotic mission. Crommelin is a multi-mission warship designed to execute a variety of war-fighting tasks. U.S. Navy photo by Blair Martin (RELEASED)



071203-N-0879R-008 PEARL HARBOR (Dec. 3, 2007) The names of all 429 Sailors killed aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma (BB 37) during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor are represented at the newly built USS Oklahoma Memorial on Ford Island. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist David Rush (Released)

1 comment:

Art said...

Good to meet you this evening, Maggie. Great reminder of what took place at Pearl Harbor. Best,
- Art