Pearl Harbor Day ceremony

North Little Rock, AR

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Ceremony on deck between the USS Razorback and YT146 Hoga

Criswell-Robinson Post 71 from Cabot, Ark., at the Pearl Harbor Day ceremony at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum in North Little Rock, Ark.
"The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum in North Little Rock, Ark., is most recognized for featuring naval bookends to World War II. Hoga (YT 146) is the last surviving Navy vessel from the attack on Pearl Harbor, and USS Razorback (SS 394) is one of 12 submarines present in Tokyo Bay during the formal surrender of Japan in 1945."


North Little Rock Police Department Honor Guard

Post members in attendance from Criswell-Robinson Post 71 in Cabot, AR.

The museum in located on the North Little Rock side of the Arkansas River in the Downtown area next to I-30.



The Naval bookends to World War II. Hoga (YT 146) is the last surviving Navy vessel from the attack on Pearl Harbor and USS Razorback (SS 394) is one of 12 submarines present in Tokyo Bay during the formal surrender of Japan in 1945.


Phillip McMath is a Little Rock attorney, an award-winning writer, a Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran.

Mark Martin Arkansas Secretary of State.

Submitted by:
Laura Leger

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