Who built the USS Arizona Memorial?

Answer Walker Moody Construction Company oversaw the construction of the USS Arizona Memorial with assistance from the Harbor Public Works Center and other subcontractors. Construction was approved in 195... Read More »

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When was the uss arizona memorial in pearl harbor built?

In 1949, the Territory of Hawaii created the Pacific War Memorial Commission to establish a memorial at Pearl Harbor. In 1950, a flagpole and commemorative plaque were placed over the sunken USS Ar... Read More »

How many windows are in the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial and why?

The U.S.S. Arizona was a battleship sunk by the Japanese in the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The memorial to the ship contains seven windows on each of three sides of the memorial. The total of... Read More »

Where is the uss arizona memorial located?

The USS Arizona was a battleship sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The ship lies on the bottom of the harbor, and the memorial is directly above it on the surface... Read More »

How much did the USS Arizona Memorial cost?

The gathering of funds for the USS Arizona Memorial began in 1958 with a $50,000 donation from the state of Hawaii. The final donation, bringing the total budget of the memorial to $532,000, was ma... Read More »