Hard to believe it’s been 75 years since the Japan’s Imperial Navy attacked and Kamikaze dive-bombed the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii territory.
Today we honor the lost, and remember and thank the sacrifice of all.
There are some amazing resources on this pivotal event in World War 2. Below we list some we love.
There’s not much one can write about it compared to someone who lived it. Giles Bacon, USMC, PFC recalls that day first hand:
World war 2 in color always changes its perspective – Pearl Harbor in Color Rare Documentary:
Military.com has a nice little list of 5 Things You Didn’t Know about Pearl Harbor
Today, the Arizona Memorial stands as out constant reminder that it’s a dangerous world.
Eternal Peace – Survivors of December 7, 1941 Can Later Be Buried with Their Shipmates on the USS Arizona
Navy Divers Inspect the Arizona
Visit the Arizona Memorial Today