On this day in December 7, 1941, the lost of more than 2,000 soldiers and sailors dragged the United States into the battle of WWII. They were ported Honolulu, Hawaii, most of hadn’t even woken to light of the day. It is for their memory that I ask you take a moment to remember them and the lives they never got a chance to live.
They were patriots. The were sons. They were husbands. They were the light of our nation. They were suppose to the future of our country. Their light was extinguished far too soon. Never forget them.