Pearl Harbor USS Oklahoma: The Final Story

Client: Lone Wolf Media

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It was an attack that lasted less than two hours, but the reverberations are still felt to this day. Seventy-five years ago, as the sun was rising over the small pacific island of Oahu, Japan unleashed an unprecedented attack on the Unites States. That day, Dec. 7, 1941, would come to be known as a day of infamy, and forever make Pearl Harbor synonymous with World War II.

Countless books and movies have depicted the attack and the drama that unfolded on the USS Arizona, but the fate of another battleship, the USS Oklahoma, and the men who served aboard her, has been seemingly overlooked — until now.

Produced by Lone Wolf Media for PBS, Trailblazer Studios provided finishing, color correction, sound design, and audio post.

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