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August 29, 2014 at 9:29 PM

Photo gallery: Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

Seattle Times photographer Dean Rutz and I joined the Husky football team on a tour of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial on Friday afternoon.

Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

Washington coach Chris Petersen, right, stands aside and lets his players each drop flower petals into the water above the remains of the USS Arizona Friday in Pearl Harbor.  Petersen brought his team to the WWII memorial after their final practice before the season opener Saturday against Hawaii.

Washington coach Chris Petersen, right, stands aside and lets his players each drop flower petals into the water above the remains of the USS Arizona Friday in Pearl Harbor. Petersen brought his team to the WWII memorial after their final practice before the season opener Saturday against Hawaii.

Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

HI - The memorial for the USS Arizona was the destination Friday for the Washington football team, in Honolulu to take on Hawaii in the season opener.

HI – The memorial for the USS Arizona was the destination Friday for the Washington football team, in Honolulu to take on Hawaii in the season opener.

Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

Washington players take turns tosses flower petals into the waters above the USS Arizona at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Friday.  Washington toured the memorial following their final practice before their season opener with Hawaii.

Washington players take turns tosses flower petals into the waters above the USS Arizona at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Friday. Washington toured the memorial following their final practice before their season opener with Hawaii.

Huskies visit Pearl Harbor

The Washington band brought a wreath to be laid beneath the names of those lost in to the USS Arizona.

The Washington band brought a wreath to be laid beneath the names of those lost in to the USS Arizona.

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