Saturday, December 6, 2008

December 7th is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Pearl Harbor Raid, 7 December 1941 --Overview and Special Image Selection

Fewer veterans to tell story of Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor memories fade after 67 years

Pearl Harbor commemoration to focus on US response

Remembering Pearl Harbor @


TetVet68 said...

America's oldest living Medal of Honor recipient, living his 100th year is former enlisted Chief Petty Officer, Aviation Chief Ordnanceman (ACOM), later wartime commissioned Lieutenant John W. Finn, USN (Ret.). He is also the last surviving Medal of Honor, "The Day of Infamy", Japanese Attack on the Hawaiian Islands, Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 7 December 1941.

'Navy Centenarian Sailor', 103 year old, former enlisted Chief Petty Officer, Aviation Chief Radioman (ACRM, Combat Aircrewman), later wartime commissioned Chief Warrant Officer Julio 'Jay' Ereneta, U. S. Navy (Ret.) is a thirty year career veteran of World War One and World War Two. He first flew aircrewman in August 1922; flew rearseat radioman/gunner in the 1920s/1930s air squadrons of the Navy's first aircraft carriers, USS LANGLEY (CV-1) and USS LEXINGTON (CV-2).

Visit my photo album tribute to these veteran shipmates:

San Diego, California

beebs said...

All the survivors are dying. I had an opportunity to thank a destroyer sailor with a Pearl Harbor sticker on his car for being there.

I told him that he made a vital contribution by striking back, and that prevented follow-on strikes by the japs. He said he never thought of it that way but that I was right.

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