"Pearl Harbor Colors" Ceremony

"Pearl Harbor Colors" Ceremony is a new monthly honors and heritage ceremony to honor veterans, service members and military families.

Each month, a different theme is featured at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, which is home to Hawaii's most visited historic site, the USS Arizona Memorial.

This event is open to the public and is an opportunity for local residents and international visitors to witness a U.S. military ceremony and meet veterans, service members and their families. Pearl Harbor Colors is intended to build on the relationships the Navy maintains with the National Park Service and historical and community partners.


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#PearlHarborColors Social Media Campaign:

- Follow Navy Region Hawaii on Twitter at @NavRegHawaii. Tweet using hashtag #PearlHarborColors to share your thoughts, photos, experience, etc.  

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