He died at 102 of the last surviving American warship sunk in Pearl Harbor

the last survivor on a warship sunk during the air attack by his Japanese army of American Naval, Military and Air Force Base. According to an announcement that made an organization dedicated to the victims of the murder attack, Louie Conder died at 102. It is the last survivor of historian USS Arizona, the American warship sunk in Pearl Harbor Port, Hawaii. Louis Conder was a twenty-year-old third-class helmsman on the battleship and helped rescue sailors on 7 December 1941, when Japanese fighters-bombers launched a surprise attack against the American fleet in the Pacific. The bombing, which prompted the U.S. to engage in World War II, caused damage or completely destroyed most of the fleet’s ships, stationed at Hawaiian naval base, costing life to over 2,000 Americans. Over 1,000 people on USS Arizona died and the bodies of many remain to this day in the wrecked battleship. For “racial loss” Eileen Aterdaic, president and general director of Pacific Historic Parks, a non-profit organization that pays tribute to the victims of the attack. “Louis Conder embodied what it meant to be a member of the greatest generation, those Americans’ collective courage, achievements and sacrifices of which saved our country from tyranny”. “His career in the Navy was excellent and never stopped urging schools, parents and ordinary Americans never to forget Pearl Harbor,” he added. Louis Conder became a pilot during World War II and his aircraft was shot down twice, especially off New Guinea, where his crew and himself were docked in waters full of sharks. As an intelligence officer, he participated in combat missions in Korea and created a naval training program. During his career, he served as an advisor to Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. He died at his home in Grass Valley, California, with relatives next to him, Pacific Historic Parks reported via Facebook.