(Undated) -- Flags will be at half-staff tomorrow (Saturday) to honor a northeast Iowan killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. The remains of John Mulick were recently identified and will be buried with full military honors tomorrow (Saturday) at Calvary Cemetery in Elma, Iowa. Mulick was a Navy Hospital Apprentice assigned to the U-S-S Oklahoma. It was moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor and capsized during multiple tornado hits on December 7, 1941. Mulick was 21-years-old.