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Everlasting Legacy

December 7, 2022

On December 7, 2022, we remembered the world-changing event known as Pearl Harbor Day, or as President Franklin D. Roosevelt said in his December 8, 1941 speech declaring war on Japan, “a date which will live in infamy."

Early on the morning of December 7, 2022, many gathered at Pearl Harbor National Memorial for the 81st Commemoration. The early start marks the moment to the minute 81 years ago when Japanese warplanes descended on Oahu, killing 2,403 service members and civilians, injuring thousands more and dealing a near fatal blow to the Navy’s fleet at Pearl Harbor.

The mostly young Americans who died that day, along with those who served in uniform during WWII or on the home front war effort are collectively known as the Greatest Generation. Their sacrifices reflected the theme of 2022's Commemoration: Everlasting Legacy.

Let us remember Pearl Harbor and how the Greatest Generation saved us from tyranny & brought peace through reconciliation.

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