MEMORIAL DAY - Tuesday, 29th May @ noon - Old St. Paul's, Wellington
This service commemorated the men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
On the morning of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Jack Rogo, a 19-year-old Navy
Storekeeper 3rd Class, working in the Aviation Supply Department, was having
breakfast in the mess. The building convulsed. Jack and his colleagues did not
pay attention as the rumor was that the armory was on maneuvers, but some of
the explosions were very loud, and they just couldn't comprehend what was
FREE ENTRY, TUESDAY JUNE 5th, 6-7pm
Venue: THE GREAT WAR EXHIBITION, DOMINION MUSEUM BUILDING,WELLINGTON.
THE U.S.EMBASSY AND THE NEW ZEALAND AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
INVITE YOU TO A SPECIAL TALK BY WWII UNITED STATES NAVY VETERAN
AND PEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR, JACK ROGO
For additional Memorial Day pictures, please see U.S. Embassy Wellington's Flickr @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/us_embassy_newzealand/albums/72157695666852421
Jack with Acting Chair Diane Gamble