Wednesday will mark an unbelievable seven decades since the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. I can only compare what those who were alive at the time felt by thinking about 9/11. The country was a mass of emotions: anger, disbelief, sadness, horror, patriotic, and probably most importantly, resolve.
I have talked to many World War II veterans about Pearl Harbor day. All say how the United States came together like glue. As the numbers of those Pearl Harbor survivors dwindle, I hope they all get their stories recorded. No one should forget what happened that day.
If you are a WWII veteran veteran, or were alive at the time, I'd love to hear your memories of December 7, 1941. If you are a relative of one who told you stories, feel free to share as well.
Just comment below.