December 24, 2011
Catherine Tuck, left, and her father, Jerry Cabiness remove the tape off the memorial wall revealing the name private first class Frank R. Cabiness onboard the USS Arizona, Friday, Dec. 23, 2011 in Honolulu. Frank R. Cabiness, who was aboard the USS Arizona when the Japanese attacked, narrowly avoided getting hit by machine gun fire, and luckily his only injury was from friction burns suffered when he slid down a ladder while rushing to abandon ship. Cabiness, who died in 2002, is the second Marine to be interred within the USS Arizona.
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A Marine who survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor has returned to the USS Arizona for eternity.
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