The USS Missouri, the ship on which the Japanese surrendered to end World War II, towers over the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Visitors to the memorial can look into the water and see outlines of the bulkheads of the sunken ship.
The USS Missouri, the ship on which the Japanese surrendered to end World War II, towers over the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Visitors to the memorial can look into the water and see outlines of the bulkheads of the sunken ship. Eric Gay Associated Press file
The USS Missouri, the ship on which the Japanese surrendered to end World War II, towers over the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Visitors to the memorial can look into the water and see outlines of the bulkheads of the sunken ship. Eric Gay Associated Press file
Jack Ohman

Jack Ohman

Editorial cartoonist, writer and Joe King’s alter ego

Tangible reminders of Pearl Harbor

December 06, 2014 03:00 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2014 12:00 AM

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Jack Ohman joined The Sacramento Bee in 2013. He previously worked at the Oregonian, the Detroit Free Press and the Columbus Dispatch. His work is syndicated to more than 200 newspapers by Tribune Media Services. Jack won the Pulitzer Prize in 2016 and was a Pulitzer finalist in 2012. He has won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the Scripps Foundation Award, the national SPJ Award, and was the finalist for the Herblock Prize in 2013. Contact Jack at johman@sacbee.com. Twitter: @JACKOHMAN.