Ladies wearing ʻahuʻula await the casket of Senator Inouye at the Hawaii State Capitol.
A Marine stands post at dawn prior to the Memorial Service for Senator Inouye at the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Sunday, December 23rd.
The motorcade with the hearse arrives at the Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on Sunda. The service began with a 19-canon honor salute.
President Obama looks at a program before the farewell service for Senator Daniel Inouye begins.
An honor guard carries the casket of Senator Inouye at Punchbowl Cemetery. Punchbowl’s Hawaiian name, Puowaina, means “Hill of Sacrifice.”
World War II veterans of the U.S. Army 422nd Regimental Combat Team attend the memorial for the late Senator Inouye.
President Obama and Michelle sit between Inouye’s son, Daniel Inouye, Jr., and the Senator’s wife, Irene Inouye.
President Obama wipes his eye.
A U.S. military honor guard folds the flag over the coffin of U.S. Senator Inouye.
President Obama and Michelle look on from left as Irene Inouye is given the flag that was draped over her husband’s casket.
Four F-22 Raptors from the Hawaii Air National Guard flyover the service at Punchbowl.
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