Just a rusting relic, but the State of Utah might want to look into this.
Also here are the Missouri and Arizona Memorials:
He estimates that there were 25 occasions when the bomber he piloted was attacked. So he's 25-0 for avoiding death in combat and 96-0 for staying alive. Over 18,400 B-24's were produced, the largest number of any American military aircraft. Ed has incredible stories of his interactions with various people in the war zone, as for example, Joe E. Brown. He also has an alternative answer on how Glenn Miller might have died.
Japan made two dreadful mistakes. It's frightening to think of the subsequent consequences had they attacked when our three aircraft carriers were also in port (it was just amazing luck that they weren't...but perhaps disgraced Admiral Husband Kimmel just might have disobeyed orders and sent them out on purpose----I wonder today if my sophomore McKinley classmate Fred Kimmel was the son--he had an appealing speaking voice, was president of our class, became a KPOI disk jockey and just disappeared--Adm. Kimmel has not yet been pardoned), and priority was given to destroying the Pearl Harbor fuel tanks. You can get this Peter Tsouros paperback for 46 cents, while Harry Turtledove has another, with a hardcover price of one cent.