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79th Anniversary Coin Silver

Above and Beyond the Call the theme for the 79th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor.

2020 marks the 79th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. The USS Arizona Memorial is built over the sunken wreckage of the USS Arizona, the final resting place for many of the 1,177 crewman killed on the morning when Japanese Naval Forces bombed Pearl Harbor.

Many lives were lost, military and civilian. The Pearl Harbor Historic Sites partners include Pearl Harbor National Memorial-National Park Service, the home of the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Utah Memorial, the USS Oklahoma Memorial, and Pacific Historic Parks.

This coin is a part of our 79th Anniversary Collection. The coin has a picture of the island of Oahu and the military establishments that were attacked on that fateful morning. The perimeter of the logo has "Above And Beyond the Call" on the top and "Battlefield Oahu - December 7, 1941" on the bottom. In red in the middle is "79th" to represent the 79th year since the attack. The reverse side of the coin has a soldier in salute, displayed in the US flag pattern, as planes fly overhead and 79th Anniversary embossed above him. The words "The Day That Will Live in Infamy" line the perimeter of the coin as recognized by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in his Infamy Speech.

  • coin dimensions:1 3/4" L x 1 3/4" W

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Great Looking Coin

I'm a big collector of both U.S. and Canada coins having them from the late 1800's to present ? I have been to Hawaii a total of 4 times and feel that it is the best in the World where I traveled while flying in the Navy and as a military brat when my Father was in the Air Force. I think that the only place that I haven't been is to Australia . I even went to School in both England and Hawaii where I have great memories. I have a collection of Hawaii items which include both coins and Paper Money from WW 11.

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God bless all the Arizona crew

1st class cap in artistry and material.

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 all the way around.

Perfect customer service too!

Thank you!