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New Memorial Statue To Debut In Hawaii U.S. Money Reserve Funds

The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the largest companies that is responsible for selling and trading gold, silver, platinum and other precious metals in the country. They provide a service to customers in the United States that no other company can support. Their coins are backed with guarantees that they stand firmly behind, and their customers get to feel a strong sense of confidence when they buy from the U.S. Money Reserve because they know that the precious metals are real. There are plenty of fraudulent companies out there today, so it is important to only work with those that can be trusted.

New Memorial For Pearl Harbor Anniversary

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor reported, the U.S. Money Reserve is teaming up with the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation to place another statue of the Lone Sailor in Hawaii. The first statue was placed in Washington, D.C. in order to commemorate the men and women who served in sea services. This statue will be seven foot tall, and it will contain bronze metal as well as some metal from a ship that fought in Pearl Harbor.

The face of the statue was originally modeled after one of the biggest contributors of the original statue placement. The procurement was brought to the D.C. area in 1977 when Rear Admiral William Thompson set out to build the memorial. This time, the statue is in Hawaii, and the funds are coming exclusively from the U.S. Money Reserve. A large part of the funds that are being raised to support the placement of the 75th anniversary statue of the Lone Sailor in Hawaii are coming from the coins that the U.S. Money Reserve is selling to commemorate this anniversary.

In an article from Yahoo News about this developing memorial effort, the president and CEO of the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation, John B. Totushek, speaks about the celebrated effort. He claims that this statue being built “represents an important inflection point in our nation’s history.” If you would like more information on the memorial, visit Yahoo News’ article.