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A Day That Will Live In Infamy, But A Day That Will Never Be Forgotten — Honoring the Brave Men and Women Lost At Pearl Harbor

December 7th marks the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, a day that sparked the direct involvement of the United States in World War II

This is a day that will and should never be forgotten.

The USS Arizona Memorial, located at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii, was the site of the Pearl Harbor attacks, and marks the final resting place of 1,102 sailors and marines.

Other historical sites include the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, USS Missouri, and The Pacific Aviation Museum of Pearl Harbor.

In the video below, you’ll be taking a virtual tour of the memorials dedicated to WWII, Pearl Harbor and the people who lost their lives on the date December 7th, 1941. You’ll be seeing just some of the amazing visuals of the memorials as well as hearing about some of the details about the vessels there and what you could do when you go there in person.

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