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80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day | PHOTOS

St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore members Bill Kommalan, right, with William E. Brandt Sr., left, and Ed McFarland, center, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack.
(Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
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80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony is held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37, formerly known as USCGC Taney.
(Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore members Bill Kommalan, right, with William E. Brandt Sr., left, and Ed McFarland, center, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack.
St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore members Bill Kommalan, right, with William E. Brandt Sr., left, and Ed McFarland, center, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
Former crew members of the ship toss a wreath into the harbor in commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day during a memorial ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack.
Former crew members of the ship toss a wreath into the harbor in commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day during a memorial ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
Former crew members of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37 toss a wreath into the harbor in commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day.
Former crew members of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37 toss a wreath into the harbor in commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore members, including Bill Kommalan, saluting at right, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony.
St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore members, including Bill Kommalan, saluting at right, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
Admiral Thad Allen, USCG (ret), 23rd Commandant, USCG, delivers the keynote address during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony, held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney, is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. Admiral Allen made the point that it is the people who served aboard the cutter, not the name, that matters the most.
Admiral Thad Allen, USCG (ret), 23rd Commandant, USCG, delivers the keynote address during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony, held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney, is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. Admiral Allen made the point that it is the people who served aboard the cutter, not the name, that matters the most. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
David Otto of Baltimore, right, and others attending the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37 bow their heads as taps is played. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack.
David Otto of Baltimore, right, and others attending the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37 bow their heads as taps is played. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
Robert Kennick, left, and Don Kerr, right, with the St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony, held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. Kennick, 96, served in World War II, and Kerr served in Vietnam.
Robert Kennick, left, and Don Kerr, right, with the St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore, honor the fallen during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony, held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The ship, formerly known as the USCGC Taney is the last warship still afloat that was at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack. Kennick, 96, served in World War II, and Kerr served in Vietnam. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
The 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony was held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The vessel, formerly known as the USCGC Taney, is the last ship afloat from the Battle of Pearl Harbor. The ship is a National Historic Landmark and is operated as a museum by Historic Ships in Baltimore.
The 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony was held aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The vessel, formerly known as the USCGC Taney, is the last ship afloat from the Battle of Pearl Harbor. The ship is a National Historic Landmark and is operated as a museum by Historic Ships in Baltimore. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
Ed McFarland of the St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore rings the bell in memoriam as the USCG Honor Guard stands at attention during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony.
Ed McFarland of the St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore rings the bell in memoriam as the USCG Honor Guard stands at attention during the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
David Pearce, of Aberdeen, attends the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The flag behind him flew on the USS Arizona, where over 900 crewmen lost their lives in the attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The ceremony in Baltimore is held annually on the cutter formerly known as the USCGC Taney, notable as the last warship at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack that is still afloat.
David Pearce, of Aberdeen, attends the 80th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Memorial Ceremony aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter WHEC-37. The flag behind him flew on the USS Arizona, where over 900 crewmen lost their lives in the attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The ceremony in Baltimore is held annually on the cutter formerly known as the USCGC Taney, notable as the last warship at Pearl Harbor on the day of the attack that is still afloat. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
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