Remember Pearl Harbor
My uncle Charlie (90 years old) returned to Pearl Harbor this week to participate in the ceremonies remembering the attack from 1941. He was there on a destroyer next to battleship row. He did not see the action: he was below passing ammunition until after the attack was over. When he was allowed topside he saw the destruction wrought. My wife's uncle Al was there in the submarine pens and found an M-1 Garand and fired on attacking planes. Never forget the sacrifices of the "greatest generation" made for our freedoms. Both to the men and women in uniform and to those who fought the battle here at home. God Bless America.
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