Pearl Harbor Rememberance at USS Kidd

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A ceremony for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day was held on the decks of the USS Kidd Monday.
Over 2,500 Americans were killed 74 years ago when Japanese fighter planes attacked the U.S. base at Pearl Harbor.
The ceremony started at the exact time when the attack occurred and recognized the 45 men from Louisiana who were killed that day.
Guest speaker at the ceremony, Lydia Grant of Zachary, was living in Pearl Harbor at the time of the attacks.
She spoke about what she saw during the attack.
The Kidd was used during World War II was named after Rear Admiral Campbell Kidd who lost his life on the deck of the USS Arizona during the Pearl Harbor attack.

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