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Michael Brandy, Deseret News
Artifacts from the ship were placed on display on the fourth floor and will be exhibited for several months. The USS Utah was bombed and quickly capsized at Pearl Harbor in 1941, killing 58 enlisted men and six officers.

87-year-old William Hughes, a crew member of the USS Utah and a Pearl Harbor survivor, watches as the color guards present colors at the Utah State Capitol during the 100th anniversary of the ship's construction Monday. Artifacts from the ship were also placed on display and will be exhibited through the end of the year. The USS Utah was bombed and quickly capsized at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Fifty-eight enlisted men and six officers died when the Utah sank.