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Battleship Row Crewman


Battleship Row Crewman is the first in a commemorative series of figures developed in cooperation with the Arizona Memorial Museum Association and the National Park Service. This fully pose-able 11” figure represents a Battleship Row Crewman aboard ship in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. His shipboard uniform and 5” anti-aircraft shell have been carefully researched to replicate exact detail and color of the period.

The packaging includes historical photographs and an interpretive history of the day’s events, including statistics on ship damage, number of crewman killed and wounded in the air raid on Pearl Harbor, and an overview of the political events leading to the attack. It also includes a personal history and vintage photograph of one survivor of the battleship USS Arizona (BB-39), Seaman First Class Donald Stratton, who graciously permitted us to share his story.

It is our hope this figure will serve as a lasting tribute to the men and women who served on that day, and as a lasting history lesson to a new generation of young Americans. Legacy of Valor donates a portion of the proceeds of this product to this USS Arizona Memorial Fund.

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