The U.S. Money Reserve shares in the Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary Recognition

It is hard to believe that it has been seventy-five years since the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. As a nation, we continue to honor the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. Although our young people know the historical significance of this date in our history they cannot know the depth of pain and suffering that countless families endured that terrible day.
On this reported by kusi.com, the seventy-fifth anniversary, U.S. Money Reserve and the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation joined forces to honor those lost that day in December, 1941. According to recent Yahoo article, both U.S. Money Reserve and the U.S. Navy Foundation have created a unique way to raise funds for a “Lone Sailor Statue” to be erected in Honolulu, Hawaii. Neither of these two entities is affiliated with the United States Government or the U.S. Navy but share a bond of commitment in our country’s history.
The U.S. Navy Foundation serves as an ambassadorship for those naval men and women, both past and present, who want to share their glorious history with those around the globe. By working in partnership with the U.S. Money Reserve they hope to raise enough funds on twitter through the sale of the “75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Gold and Silver Commemorative Coins.” Funds raised through the sale of these special coins will go directly to the “Lone Sailor” Statue.
The “Lone Sailor” Statue once erected will be the watchman for those brave military personnel or families who pass by his station. The bronze statue, measuring approximately seven feet tall, will have the distinction of being a larger part of Pearl Harbor’s history. Steel from the USS Arizona will be used as a part of the base. The strength of this magnificent piece of steel wil ensure that the “Lone Sailor” statue will hold through the test of time.
Those patrons who purchase the “75 Anniversary Pearl Harbor Gold or Silver Coins” are honoring those who served our country with bravery and honor.