REMEMBERANCE DAY

Bombs hit the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii on December 7, 1941.  Causing injury to many service men and women.  As a result, many lost their lives. Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day is December 7th of every year. Therefore, it is the day to remember and honor the fallen service men and women.

To honor the fallen, flags of the U.S. of A. are on display at half-mast.  American homes, U.S. government buildings and the White House follow this tradition.  Also, there are special services to commemorate the event.  The USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor is one venue that holds services in memorium of the fallen. Lastly, in participation, one may lay a wreath, attend a lucheon or view a documentary on the event.

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