A Kamikaze from Kanoya Air Station crashed into the Battleship Missouri about this time on this day, Apr. 11th in HST (Hawaiian Standard Time) in 1945 near Okinawa. It was just 73 years ago. The Kamikaze pilot successfully avoided the anti-aircraft fire and hit the side of the Missouri with his talented technique. Unfortunately, however, his bearing bomb didn't work and he could only set fire to the spilt fuel. His body seemed to have been torn into two parts. A cameraman captured the scene of the collision in the first picture. The second one is the scar of the collision. The scar didn't affect the ship's function and was left untouched. The boyish-looking man in the 3rd picture was the pilot. He was young and must have wanted to do lots of things. With gratitude and a condoling tone, I offered 30 seconds' silence to him who had to throw his life away due to the small number of mad people who wanted war on the 73th anniversary of his death.