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Subsequently, the Army again began planning the Punchbowl cemetery; in February Congress approved funding and construction began. Prior to the opening of the cemetery for the recently deceased, the remains of soldiers from locations around the Pacific Theater—including Wake Island and Japanese POW camps—were transported to Hawaii for final interment.

The first interment was made Jan. The cemetery opened to the public on July 19, , with services for five war dead: an unknown serviceman, two Marines, an Army lieutenant and one civilian—noted war correspondent Ernie Pyle. Initially, the graves at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific were marked with white wooden crosses and Stars of David—like the American cemeteries abroad—in preparation for the dedication ceremony on the fourth anniversary of V-J Day.

Eventually, over 13, soldiers and sailors who died during World War II would be laid to rest in the Punchbowl. A letter from the Quartermaster General to Senator Paul Douglas in December , explained that while individual markers are inscribed according to the appropriate religious faith:. Crosses do not mark the graves of the dead of our country in other national cemeteries. No cross marks the burial of our revered Unknown Soldier. None is in the form of a religious emblem.

The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific was the first such cemetery to install Bicentennial Medal of Honor headstones, the medal insignia being defined in gold leaf. On May 11, , a total of 23 of these were placed on the graves of medal recipients, all but one of whom were killed in action. More than five million visitors come to the cemetery each year to pay their respects to the dead and to enjoy the panoramic view from the Punchbowl.

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In addition, new information that identified grave locations of men whose graves were previously marked as unknown resulted in the installation of new markers in October Medal of Honor Recipients The Medal of Honor is the highest award for valor in action against an enemy force that can be bestowed upon an individual serving in the Armed Services of the United States. Recipients receive the Medal of Honor from the president on behalf of Congress.

It was first awarded during the Civil War and eligibility criteria for the Medal of Honor have changed over time. Captain Willibald C. Bianchi World War II. He received the Medal of Honor for service in the U. He was captured in April and held as a prisoner of war. Bianchi died at sea, along with other prisoners on the Japanese transport ship, Enoura Maru, in January He is memorialized in Section MA, Site He received the Medal of Honor while serving in the U.

Boydston died in and is buried in Section G, Site He received the Medal of Honor posthumously for service in the U. Caddy is buried in Section C, Site Cannon was mortally wounded that day and is buried in Section C, Site Marine Corps, in recognition of gallantry and self-sacrifice that saved the lives of comrades on Engebi Island, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshal Islands, February , Damato is buried in Section A, Site Sergeant William G. Fournier World War II. Fournier was killed in action on January 13, , and is buried in Section C, Site Private First Class Barney F.

Hajiro World War II. His award came after Congress authorized a re-examination of commendations received by minority servicemen. Hajiro died in and is buried in Section G, Site World War II. Halyburton was killed that day and is buried in Section O, Site After Congress authorized a re-examination of commendations received by minority servicemen, twenty-one Asian Americans who received the Distinguished Service Cross were belatedly presented the Medal of Honor in His award was posthumous.

Hasemoto was killed in action on December 1, , and is buried in Section D, Site Hawkins was killed in action and is buried in Section B, Site Hayashi died in and is buried in Section V, Site Edwin Joseph Hill was born in Philadelphia, and he enlisted in the U. Navy in Chief Boatswain Hill was serving on the U. Nevada at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, The Nevada was the only battleship to escape the harbor that day, and Hill led the effort to release the ship from her moorings.

He dove off the ship to cast off the lines and swam back to assume his duties on board, but he was killed when a bomb struck the bow. Hill received the Medal of Honor posthumously for actions during the attack, and he is buried in Section A, Site Captain Daniel K. Inouye World War II. After his military service, Inouye served as a member of Congress, first elected to the House of Representatives in when Hawaii became a state, and to the Senate in Inouye died in and is buried in Section D, Site A.

Staff Sergeant Robert T. Kuroda World War II. Kuroda was killed in action on October 20, , and is buried in Section D, Site Corporal Larry Leonard Maxam Vietnam.

He received the Medal of Honor posthumously for his service in the U. Maxam was killed in action and is buried in Section J, Site Private First Class Martin O. May World War II. Army, th Infantry, 77th Infantry Division, in recognition of the extreme tenacity with which he held firm during the fight for Iegusuku-Yama, Ie Shima, Ryukyu Islands, April , May was killed in action April 21, and is buried in Section N, Site Marine Corps, Company A, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, in recognition of valiant fighting spirit and sacrifice of his life to insure the safety of his crew during the battle for Saipan, Marianas Islands, June 16, McCard is buried in Section B, Site Sergeant LeRoy A.

Mendonca Korea. Army, Company B.

Mendonca was killed that day and is buried in Section Q, Site Kaoru Moto was born April 25, , in the sugar plantation town of Sprecklesville, Hawaii. A second-generation Japanese American, or Nisei, he was a field laborer after completing grade school. Private First Class Moto enlisted in the U. Army in March and served in the th Infantry, one of four segregated units. Holden, who previously worked for an opinion-research company and as a medical-school professor, has been with the nonprofit since , becoming CEO in The N.

State board of trustees. It is now the sixth-largest community foundation nationally, leapfrogging from 35th when he arrived. A Duke University Ph. The Avetts have had three Billboard Top 10 hits and three Grammy nominations. While France has been linked to a possible bid for the Carolina Panthers football team, he has denied interest. Vivian Howard, 39 Restaurant owner and television personality Kinston Also a cookbook author, Howard has brought national attention to Kinston, which struggled in the double aftermath of tobacco and textile declines.

She and her husband, Ben Knight, recently opened a second restaurant in Wilmington. John McConnell, 67 Founder, McConnell Golf Raleigh Golf participation rates are dropping, but one of the largest owners of private clubs in the state is growing. McConnell owns 10 courses and manages another two from Asheville to Myrtle Beach, employing more than 1, people. Conference membership has almost doubled to 15 under Swofford, a North Wilkesboro native who worked in athletics at UNC Chapel Hill for 17 years before moving to his current post.

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