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Missouri Naval Hero Killed In Pearl Harbor Laid To Rest 76 Years Later

Naval Fireman First Class Charles Ogle of Mountain View, Missouri was on board the U.S.S. Oklahoma when it was hit by Japanese bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Ogle was one of 491 U.S. servicemen killed and buried in the sunken ship for decades.

Naval Fireman First Class Charles Ogle of Mountain View, Missouri was on board the U.S.S. Oklahoma when it was hit by Japanese bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Ogle was one of 491 U.S. servicemen killed and buried in the sunken ship for decades.

Recently, Ogle's remains were identified, and his remains were brought back to Missouri on Friday. Monday morning, with the help of the Patriot Guard riders, he was finally laid to rest, buried with full military honors in Jefferson Barracks.

The Allman Report presents a special video in his honor.

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