US Money Reserve Helps Raise Money For Lone Sailor Sculpture

Gold and silver distribution company US Money Reserve in conjunction with the US Memorial Service Foundation is proud to announce on the unveiling of a plan to install a Lone Sailor monument at the mouth of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The statue which will be created by the US Navy’s official memorial sculptor Stanley Bleifeld.

The sculptor plans to create the monument in two parts. The first part of the monument includes a 7 foot US Navy sailor figure. The second part of the monument includes the sailor’s sea bag which sailors often hauled into war and while on duty with them and a cleat. The sailor statue is estimated to weigh around 1000 pounds. His accessories which include the sea bag and the cleat are estimated to weight around 700 pounds. The base of the statue will have steel from the US Navy Warship USS Arizona, which was famously destroyed and sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. The statue will be a fitting tribute for the men and woman who served in the US Navy, who want to serve and the future generation who will serve the country and protect it against threats.

US Money Reserve has released special edition gold and silver Pearl Harbor coins to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. The coins will commemorate an event that changed American history forever and brought the United States into World War II. A portion of the sales from the special edition Pearl Harbor coins will go towards the U.S. Naval Memorial Foundation. All of the proceeds from US Money Reserve that go the U.S. Naval Memorial Foundation will go towards helping to fund the construction and opening of the Lone Sailor statue in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Goldnewsnetwork reported, US Money Reserve is proud to be able to contribute to the commemoration and is proud to honor the brave sailors of the US Navy. For more information of the Lone Sailor monument and US Money Reserve’s contribution check out this article on Yahoo Finance.