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America’s oldest living veteran, Former Army private Frank Levingston, who turned 110 last month, joined two Pearl Harbor survivors today at the wreath-laying ceremony at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941.
Levingston served in Italy during World War II after enlisting in 1942.
Thousands are expected to gather at the site of the attack and attend anniversary events and ceremonies held at the USS Arizona Memorial.
The annual Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade occurs Monday evening; it and other events are webcast live throughout the day via PearlHarborParade.org and PearlHarborEvents.com.
Watch the only color film of the attack on Pearl Harbor:
CWO4 Clyde Daughtry filmed the original footage, which is lost. This video is a copy. It includes shots of the USS Nevada (BB-36) firing back at Japanese aircraft, the USS Oglala (CM-4) sinking, and the USS St. Louis underway (CL-4).
Tomorrow, via a live broadcast provided by the National Park Service, the public will be able to watch a dive to the wreck of the Arizona by a Pacific National Monuments cultural resources chief, and can ask questions via Facebook.
Pearl Harbor was commemorated today throughout America– from the docks near the battleship USS New Jersey, in Camden, N.J.– to the U.S. Arizona Memorial, which receives more than 1.8 million visitors every year.
Watch the U.S. Navy video, Touring the Arizona.
Read more about Pearl Harbor and the U.S. Navy: This Day in History: December 7, 1941.
Via The Constitution