Military pallbearers escort the exhumed remains of unidentified crew members of the USS Oklahoma who were killed in the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor and disinterred from a gravesite at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on July 27 in Honolulu.
Military pallbearers escort the exhumed remains of unidentified crew members of the USS Oklahoma who were killed in the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor and disinterred from a gravesite at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on July 27 in Honolulu. Marco Garcia AP
Military pallbearers escort the exhumed remains of unidentified crew members of the USS Oklahoma who were killed in the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor and disinterred from a gravesite at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on July 27 in Honolulu. Marco Garcia AP

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