The distinguished visitors and Pearl Harbor survivors visited the Arizona Memorial on Thursday. This is the transport boat leaving the Arizona Memorial. The USS Missouri is on the left.
Capt. Brian Haley, Chaplain, Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, gives a prayer. Pearl Harbor Historian, Daniel Martinez, is on the far right.
USS Arizona survivor Donald Stratton and his wife, Velma, are followed by his son Randy (who's making a video) as they walk through the "Walk of Honor."
Lt. Commander Colleen Moore, left, and Adm. Scott Swift talk, right, with Pearl Harbor survivor Delton Walling, 96.
Pearl Harbor survivor John Mathrusse gazes out from the Arizona Memorial with his wife Mariann, left, and family friend Kathleen Farley.
Adm. Scott Swift and Gov. David Ige, with their wives, throw orchids into the waters of the Arizona Memorial.
After visiting the Arizona Memorial, Sam Welch helped family friend and Pearl Harbor survivor Delton Walling, 96, exit the Arizona Memorial.
Raymond Chavez is 105, the oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor. Here he is being greeted by Sally Nockold. Seated next to Chavez is Delton Walling, 96, and John Mathrusse.
Pearl Harbor survivors Tom Berg, left, and Al Rodrigues salute as the colors pass by at the start of the ceremony. Rodrigues' son, Ron, is next to him on the right.
Pearl Harbor survivor Al Rodrigues salutes during the ceremony.