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"On National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we pay tribute to the men, women, and children -- military and civilian -- who lost their lives on December 7, 1941, honor all who served in the wake of that infamous day, and recognize the sacrifices today's service members make to carry forward the inextinguishable torch of liberty for generations to come."
President Barack Obama,
Dec. 4, 2015
Our Resolve: 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Seabee Reflects on Pearl Harbor Attacks, World War II
This Week in History
Never Forget, Always Remember
We Will Remember
Pearl Harbor Survivor Richard Schimmel's Story
More than just Pearl Harbor was bombed on Dec. 7, 1941. The 25th Infantry Division took a big hit too, but went on to become legendary. More
The Blackened Canteen Ceremony brings together American and Japanese veterans to highlight the peace and reconciliation that our two countries now share. More
Japanese-Americans faced racism during WWII, but they still made significant contributions to the war effort. More
Veterans Honored During Wheeler Airfield Remembrance
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A Date Which Will Live in Infamy