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USS Arizona Memorial Patch

The USS Arizona Memorial was dedicated on Memorial Day 1962. It is built over the remains of the sunken battleship USS Arizona, the final resting place for many of the 1,177 crewmen killed on December 7, 1941.

This commemorative patch bears the image of the USS Arizona Memorial over the US flag. Top of patch reads "USS Arizona Memorial", bottom reads "Pearl Harbor, Hawaii" and on white stripe of flag reads "December 7, 1941". Patch measures 3.5" diameter.

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Dave Schinzel
Fast Turnaround

When the store at Pearl harbor did not have the patch, I was able to order it online and I received it within a couple of days. Quality product as is always expected from National Parks sites.

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ALEX HUMEN
Park patch Arizonia memorial

I ordered a patch of the Arizonia National Park. Recived in 3 days with no problem. I liked the design and tge info pack. FYI My mom knew one of the radar men on duty on Dec 7th 1941.

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John Robinson
USS Arizona Memorial Patch

Was proud to get my memorial patch for the USS Arizona. Really quality patch. Very pleased.

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Derek Bryczek
USS Arizona memorial patch

Great quality product, truly amazing piece for my collection, great customer service and experience, fast delivery and amazing communication. God Bless!

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To the Backroom Guys and Gals

I had the flag flown over the Arizona on 2 September (the official VJ day) in memory of all the men and women who worked tirelessly to analyze, break and exploit the cypher machines of both Japan and Germany. Granted, they were not being shot at, but work on these machines was frustratingly difficult and at that time thankless-any breakthrough could not be revealed. Even when the machines were solved it was no easy task to find the proper settings and actually decode the enciphered data.

Family Treasure

My Great Uncle was Band master PO 1st Class Frederick Kinney. The entire experience was emotionally moving bringing up sadness and gratitude. My mother told us stories about the day, and how the whole family in eastern Kentucky huddled around the radio for news. It was afirm memory for her, since her uncle was killed on her birthday. When my wife found we could purchase a flag and have it flown over the memorial, we jumped at the opportunity. We are building a shadow box for the flag, the certificate, photo of Kinney, and miniatures of the medals PO 1st Class Kinney was awarded. If I could rate this with ten stars,bi would

Excellent Product. Excellent service. I donated this flag to The Star Transportation Dept in Terrell Texas. They are located across the street from where I work. They recently installed a new flag pole and I just felt compelled to give them a gift.

Amazing

Amazing all the way around.

Perfect customer service too!

Thank you!

Simply beautiful !

Simply beautiful ! Makes me proud to have this Flag flown on the Arizona and be the owner of history.