USS Oklahoma mast

Command Chief Master Sgt. John Waller, from the 137th Air Refueling Wing Oklahoma Air National Guard, and Master Sgt. Daryl Oshiro, from 154th Wing Hawaii Air National Guard, make transportation plans for the 40-foot mast that was originally attached to USS Oklahoma (BB 37). The battleship Oklahoma, named after the 46th state, was sunk during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack. The mast itself was dredged up more than 60 years later to be transported to the Muskogee War Memorial in Oklahoma. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class (SW) Mark Logico)

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