All Hands on Deck: Maintaining the USS Missouri (The Mighty Mo) in Pearl Harbor
Leave your mark on history while maintaining the USS Missouri and enjoying time in Pearl Harbor. Also, experience privileged access to the ship on a unique overnight!
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Program No. 2617RJ
8 days
Starts at
8 days
7 nights
15 meals
6B 5L 4D
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At a Glance

Walk the decks of the USS Missouri and recall its storied history as the site of Japanese surrender in World War II, a veteran of four wars and the last battleship to be active in any navy in the world. At one time, hundreds of sailors kept this powerful dreadnought fit and ready for duty. Now you will become a part of the “Mighty Mo’s” history.
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Walking from three blocks up to one mile over the course of the day. Some stairs, walking on boat decks and uneven surfaces. Optional snorkeling and swimming.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Learn intimate, little-known details about the ship through special classes and field trips.
  • Relive the experience of life aboard the “Mighty Mo” by spending a night on the ship.
  • Work in the beautiful Hawaiian weather with spectacular views of Pearl Harbor, mountains and ocean.

General Notes

Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Mona Lee Kam Fujimoto
Mona Lee Kam Fujimoto, “Mo” for short, grew up in Pearl City, Oahu. She enjoyed exploring many U.S. and international destinations while she worked as a flight attendant in the early 1980s. She went on to become a travel director, managing arrangements for groups of people traveling to countries around the world. Mona is now excited to share the beauty of Hawaii with Road Scholar participants. Her other interests include hiking, tai chi, and caring for the older members of her family.
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