Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance Ceremony

Pearl Harbor survivors Stu Hedley, 91, left, salutes, as Doyle McKee is thanked for his service by Rebecca Shaffner during the annual Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance Ceremony aboard the USS Midway Museum's Flight Deck in San Diego, Friday Dec. 7, 2012. The ceremony was free for the general public and was co-hosted by the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and the USS Midway Museum. The Californian tall ship from the Maritime Museum of San Diego fired a one-gun salute off the Midway's bow and a wreath was tossed overboard to those who sacrificed and those who survived on December 7, 1941.

( Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times / December 7, 2012 )

Pearl Harbor survivors Stu Hedley, 91, left, salutes, as Doyle McKee is thanked for his service by Rebecca Shaffner during the annual Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance Ceremony aboard the USS Midway Museum's Flight Deck in San Diego, Friday Dec. 7, 2012. The ceremony was free for the general public and was co-hosted by the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and the USS Midway Museum. The Californian tall ship from the Maritime Museum of San Diego fired a one-gun salute off the Midway's bow and a wreath was tossed overboard to those who sacrificed and those who survived on December 7, 1941.

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As an editor and reporter, Michael Muskal has covered local, national, economic and foreign issues at three newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times. @latimesmuskal

 

Matt Pearce, a University of Missouri graduate, has previously written for the Kansas City Star, the Los Angeles Review of Books, The New Inquiry and The Pitch. @mattdpearce


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