You get the movie beforehand with was really interesting, informative and moving. When we went it was too rocky to go to the memorial but the boat trip out was worth it. Would recommend.
A sight to be seen to appreciate. To see all of the names of the sailors lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor all lined up in the shape of the ship, presumably at attention was very moving. The Oklahoma capsized and they tried for a couple days to rescue those who were trapped in the hold. Only a handful... 更多
Look for it on the way to the USS Missouri - rows of marble standing straight, one for each man who died on the USS Oklahoma. It is located on an active military base, so access can only be granted via shuttle bus, military ID, or with military friends. Don't miss it!
Although much less discussed than the USS Arizona the sacrifices of these men just as real. Much like the other historic sites this is a nice tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
This memorial is conveniently located in front of battleship Missouri. It's where you get off the bus to go onto Missouri , so this little visual representation is a definite must, it's on the way... Sad and very well done for visitors, gives you an idea of the loss ...
as this ship was lost on its way back to the U.S., they have made a beautiful tribute right near the USS Missouri ship. The names of each of the sailors lost are written on white marble which stands tall and proud next to each other. If you go see the Missouri, you can't miss the Oklahoma memorial.
The memorial is very unique as to it could be easily missed if you did not know that it was there. The names of those who were stationed aboard the Oklahoma are etched it granite. a very sad, but important place in history to be seen