Soldiers Memorial Honors 54 Missourians Who Died On Dec. 7, 1941

12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Pearl Harbor Ceremony 12/7/12-A newly-restored ship's bell from the USS St. Louis rang out 54 times starting at 7:55 am Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The bell was rung once for each Missourian who lost their lives that fateful day. Local historians say all of them were military members and all were on board the USS Arizona when it exploded and sank during the Japanese attack. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
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