Thursday, December 7, 2017

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. It was this day in 1941 that the Japanese bombed the port in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. With that act of war the United States was forced into a war they didn’t really want to be a part of, World War II. We all know the stories, the movies and the history behind Pearl Harbor and the war and I don’t know about you but I’d like to not remember the day. Let’s remember the people, the people that died, the people that lived and shot those Japanese planes into the Pacific Ocean and the people who were survived by the decease.


I can’t say it enough, thank you. Remember the people, remember the day, just don’t remember the event.

2 comments:

  1. Very nice words, Captain...Those who died while asleep on that
    lazy Sunday morning along Battle Ship Row, were in my thoughts
    all day.
    Again, nice words.

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    1. Very nice idea, but the families remember, for generations after the fact. One can never forget those that payed the price of freedom. And never, ever, forgive those that stand in the way of what this country is capable of being once again.

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