Sorry, but I’m not feeling well. I’ll share more tomorrow about the reason why. Today, however, is to commemorate the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Because I’m not feeling well, I didn’t put any time into preparation for this post. Just please believe that it is no less important to me today than it has ever been. The US military personnel who either died or were wounded in Pearl on that day were a large part of the reason why I became a US Army Medic.
May we never forget.
I realize that there are plenty of people out there who appreciate the US Military, and the veterans who served in it. Thank you!
These images are why those of you who don’t appreciate the military should be grateful that people like me have been wearing uniforms in the service of the USA for 238 years. We, the service members and veterans, stand between you and countries (or radical terrorists) that want to kill you. We have done this so you can live free, even if you can’t appreciate our choice. Without the uniformed services and veterans of this country, there would be no USA – and you’d likely be speaking German. 73 years ago today, we protected you and your families from this . . .On 07 Dec 1941, at 0748 Hawaii Time, the Imperial Japanese Navy attacked the US Navy fleet anchored at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Keep in mind that, at that time, Hawaii was still an independent nation that was renting space to the US, and wouldn’t become our 50th state for another 10 years.