Saturday Posts . . .

I’m pretty sure that by now everyone who reads my blog knows that I’m proud to be a US Army veteran. But, I did nothing more than join the service. I never saw combat. Others paid a far higher price, and one particular group of veterans were most deserving of the sobriquet they eventually were tagged with – “The Greatest Generation”. I know this is a few days early, but I want to do my part to keep the memory alive. So, here is my annual post in remembrance of December 7th, 1941.

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December 7th . . .

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.