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So please, let's not forget that 70 years ago today 188 U.S. aircraft were destroyed; 2,402 Americans were killed and 1,282 wounded.
Amen. I never will. I served my country.
Mumpy said... (original post)So please, let's not forget that 70 years ago today 188 U.S. aircraft were destroyed; 2,402 Americans were killed and 1,282 wounded.
Mumpy said... (original post)
I second that prayer because only God can overcome human nature and it is human nature to become numb to the truth and forget. It's happening with 9/11. Thanks for this thread. +1
Great post Mumpy,
I'm a huge history buff, which drives my wife crazy, and this morning I'm getting my son ready for pre-school and the news was showing some footage of the Pearl Harbor attack. My son, Peyton, asked what that was about and i simply said "it was a tragedy that brought out courage to maintain our freedom". Peyton's response "Daddy I like freedom". Me too.
Never forget those who sacrifice and sacrificed those who protect.
it doesn't look promising, but some will always remember.
Well said Mumpy.
Well said! Learn from history or you are bound to repeat it! God bless all who have served and are serving now!
"Never take for granted what it means to be a Volunteer." Peyton Manning
Thanks for the up votes. I've been on the road all day today. I noticed that not once did I hear on the radio down here about Pearl Harbor. On a good note though, I saw many Flags flying at half mast.
I could never forget today! My grandfather was there. I used to love listening to his stories! +1 4 u!
Those that were there are becoming fewer and fewer by the day. If you know someone that was there and is still living, please let them know how much they are appreciated by all of us.
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