One of the things mentioned by tour guides at the center was that the remaining survivors (there are only 94 now, I believe) have made a pact: as they die, they are cremated and their ashes placed in canisters which Navy divers take down to the Arizona and place inside. That way, these brave men can be buried with their shipmates ... and it's all they've ever wanted.
You may remember that, over the weekend, the oldest Arizona survivor passed away. The talking heads mentioned as part of that story that only eight survivors remain.
That's 86 more passed, in 3 1/2 years.
If you know any WWII vets, quickly tell them how much you appreciate the sacrifices they made for us. There's not much time left.