It was seventy-five years ago, December 7, 1941, when Petty Officer Robert (Bob) Norman was sitting on his bunk aboard the battleship USS Nevada as the Japanese launched their sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. The time was 7:55 that Sunday morning when his ship was torpedoed and hit with ten bombs. With bullets and bombs flying all around him, Bob Norman made a heroic rescue of a stranded ensign. Bob Norman tells the story of the day before and the day of the attack: http://www.voicesofoklahoma.com/interview/norman-robert/. Listen to chapters three and four for the day before and the day of the attack. Chapter five features the heroic rescue. Voices of Oklahoma salutes Captain Norman and all those who experienced the attack on Pearl Harbor seventy-five years ago!