Today, the United States of America honors Pearl Harbor Day, marking the 74th anniversary of the attack on the US Naval Station at Pearl Harbor, near Honolulu, Hawaii on Sunday, December 7, 1941 by what was then the Empire of Japan.
This day honors the memories of over those killed and wounded during the attack including:
2,403 US military personal killed, 1,178 wounded.
68 Hawaiian and US civilians killed, 35 wounded.
64 Japanese Military personal killed.
To honor of the memories of those military personal who died and those veterans who survived the Pacific Theater of World War II (December 1941 - September 1945) this blogger proudly remembers Pearl Harbor Day.