USS Utah Memorial

USS Utah Memorial (HM14SZ)

Location: Honolulu, HI 96818 Honolulu County
Country: United States of America

N 21° 22.132', W 157° 57.724'

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This memorial was officially authorized by the 91st Congress of the United States of America on 14 October 1970. Its construction was made possible by Congressional appropriation and by the generous contributions of many individuals and organizations devoted to the preservation of heroic memories.

Dedicated Memorial Day 1972

Constructed under the direction of the U.S. Navy.
Secretary: John M. ChaffeeCommander-In-Chief Pacific Fleet - Admiral B.A. Clarey, USN · Commandants 14 Naval District - RADM T.B. Hayward, USN · RADM H.S. Morgan, Jr, USN

Construction Agency: Pacific Division
Naval Facilities Engineer - RADM S.R. Smith, CSC, USN · Officer-in-Charge of Construction CAPT L.G. Timberlake, CSC, USN · Architect-Engineer: Officer-in-Charge of Construction, Mid Pacific · Contractor: Kahaluu Construction Co., Inc.

"While we honor those who here gave their last full measure of devotion all of us hope and pray that the time will come when we no longer need to dedicate memorials to men who died in battle —- that we will dedicate memorials to those who live in peace —- to all nations and all men".

Frank G. Moss United States Senator-UtahGround Breaking-7 December 1971

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William D. Arbuckle · Joseph Barta · Rudolf P. Bielka · Virgil C. Bigham · John E. Black · John Thomas "Jack" Blackburn · Pallas Franklin Brown · William Frank Brunner · F. T. Burgarin · George Chestnutt, Jr. · Lloyd Dale Clippard · Joseph Ucline Conner · John Reeves Crain · David Lloyd Crossett · Billy Rex Davis · Leroy Dennis · William E. Marshall · Douglas Dieckhoff · William Hugh Dosser · Vernon J. Eldsvig · Melvin Armour Gandre · Kenneth Mace Gift · Charles N. Gregorie · Herold A. Harveson · Clifford Dale Hill · Emery Lyle Houde · David G. Jackson · Leroy Henry Jones · William Arthur Juedes · John Louis Kaelin · Erik T. Kampmeyer, · Joseph N. Karabon · William H. Kent · George William La Rue · John G. Little, III · Kenneth Lee Lynch · Rudolph M. Martinez · Charles O. Michael · Marvin E. Miller · Donald C. Norman · Orris Nate Norman · Edwin N. Odgaard · Elmer Anthony Parker · Forrest Hubert Perry · James W. Phillips · Walter Howard Ponders · Frank Edward Reed · Ralph Edward Scott · Henson T. Shouse · George R. Smith · Robert Daniel Smith · Joseph Byron Sousley · Gerald Victor Strinez · Peter Tomich · Elmer Herbert Ulrich · Michael W. Villa · Vernado Wetrich · Glen Albert White
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HM NumberHM14SZ
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Year Placed1972
Placed ByU.S. Navy
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Thursday, September 25th, 2014 at 5:49pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)4Q E 607608 N 2363327
Decimal Degrees21.36886667, -157.96206667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 21° 22.132', W 157° 57.724'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds21° 22' 7.92" N, 157° 57' 43.44" W
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Area Code(s)808
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 101-117 Yorktown Blvd, Honolulu HI 96818, US
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