>> We’re here to honor your uncle, and we will pray and have a moment of silence in honor of his memory. [INAUDIBLE], and can you say out really loud the name of your uncle again?
>> Mantansa Solipo Faranai.
>> This uncle died in the Korean War on August 12th, 1950, right when the Korean War started. This is her great uncle, so the relatives are here to honor them, and he’s actually one of the four American Samoans who were killed in action, one of the four, and I believe about 100, we know, are registered as enlisted from this island, so as you can see, there’s some construction going on …
>> … that you can show because they’re …
>> Because the grave was relocated from there because they’re building a house, but you live nearby here?
>> Oh, but why is this grave here?
>> Well, because is this his family.
>> His mother’s side is from Pago Pago.
>> Yeah, so he’s buried here not at a cemetery somewhere else because his mother is from his area.
>> This is his mother’s land.
>> And it’s a beautiful area. Look at the mountains. Yes. It is just so beautiful. What is this area called?
>> Pago Pago.
>> Oh, is this area Pago Pago.
>> Pago Pago.
>> So this is the Pago Pago village. It is a beautiful … All of you were born on this island.
>> Right? Yeah, and so all of your are here to honor her, Rosie, from the Veterans Affairs office from the local … From the American Samoan Government and the [INAUDIBLE] the VFW chief [INAUDIBLE] commander, and David is with the Historical Society and films, and thank you to David. We’re all here to honor and be proud of your uncle, everyone continues to remember him because the purpose of my visit here is to let him know and let you guys know and let your entire family and all of American Samoa to know that their sacrifices have not been made in vain, and we remember, so thank you so much.