The bell of the USS Pennsylvania, which was dry-docked at Peal Harbor in 1941, now sits in front of Penn State’s Wagner Building, which houses the ROTC program. The ship took one bomb hit. Fifteen men were killed, 14 went missing and 39 were wounded.
The bell of the USS Pennsylvania, which was dry-docked at Peal Harbor in 1941, now sits in front of Penn State’s Wagner Building, which houses the ROTC program. The ship took one bomb hit. Fifteen men were killed, 14 went missing and 39 were wounded. Pheobe Sheehan psheehan@centredaily.com
The bell of the USS Pennsylvania, which was dry-docked at Peal Harbor in 1941, now sits in front of Penn State’s Wagner Building, which houses the ROTC program. The ship took one bomb hit. Fifteen men were killed, 14 went missing and 39 were wounded. Pheobe Sheehan psheehan@centredaily.com

Pearl Harbor bell rings with history at Penn State

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