People in the US honor and remember the service members and civilians who were killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor
People in the US mark December 7 to honor and remember those who were killed during the Japanese attack on…
People in the US mark December 7 to honor and remember those who were killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, which permanently sank two US Navy battleships, the USS Arizona and the USS Utah. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the attacks.
Dozens of veterans have gathered in Honolulu to mark the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. But among the notable who won’t be able to attend the Dec. 7 ceremony is Lou Conter — one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona.
Eighty years ago a young US Navy seaman witnessed Japan’s surprise aerial assault on Pearl Harbor. David Russell was just 21 when his ship, the U.S.S. Oklahoma was attacked. Russell plans to return to Pearl Harbor on December 7 for a ceremony in remembrance of those who died.
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Grace Lee 80 years ago today, Pearl Harbor was attacked. WWII vets and survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack are in Hawaii today to mark the occasion. The USS Chung Hoon on the right is there to honor them. Mahalo to the Greatest Generation for their strength, sacrifice and perserverance.
Jill Biden For National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice and the families who carry on their legacies. My dad, a Navy Signalman in World War II, was my first hero, and we laid a bouquet at the WWII memorial for him at the New Jersey pillar.