Coast Guard recognizes Pearl Harbor survivors during December 7 ceremony

Pacific Southwest Coast Guard News
Alameda РThe Coast Guard recognized three survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor today in a ceremony at Coast Guard Island, Alameda, CA. Among those recognized was Senior Chief Petty Officer John Rauschkob, U.S. Navy, retired who was a Petty Officer 3rd Class at the time of the attack. Senior Cief Rauschkolb served 38 years in the Navy as a Signalman.

Pearl Harbor survivor relates his experience to member of local media

Senior Chief Petty Officer John Rauschkolb, U.S. Navy, retired, relates his Pearl Harbor survival story to a member of the local media prior to a Dec. 7, 2012, ceremony held on Coast Guard Island, Alameda, Calif., in remembrance of the 71st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Rauschkolb was a Petty Officer 3rd Class at the time of the attack. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1stClass Thomas McKenzie

 

Pearl Harbor survivors recognized during Dec. 7 ceremony

Senior Chief Petty Officer John Rauschkolb, U.S. Navy, retired, left, and two additional survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor receive a standing ovation in recognition of their heroic actions during a Dec. 7, 2012, ceremony held on Coast Guard Island, Alameda, Calif., in remembrance of the 71st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Thomas McKenzie

 

 

 

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