Pearl Harbor survivor inspires appreciation for US flag
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#1 Dec 8, 2007
PEARL HARBOR should NEVER be forgotten. Children should be taught about it and December 7TH remembered as a "day of infamy" (quote from Pres. Roosevelt). I was a teenager at the time and it was a terrible event....came out of the blue! It changed so many people's lives. The worst was all the young men and women that were killed or maimed and the families it scarred for life. The country came together though and everyone did their duty whether in the military or at home without griping about it We were attacked without any warning not like this fiasco we have now. REMEMBER
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