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  • Writer's pictureShanelle

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

December 7, 1941 Americans were shook when the Japanese military forces flew over Hawai'i and bombing Pearl Harbor, thus leading us into World War II. 2,304 Americans were killed during the surprise attack, 1,178 were injured, and Hawai'i has never been the same.

It wasn't until 1994, President Clinton issued a proclamation declaring December 7 National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. On December 7, flags are flown at half-staff until sunset to honor those who died as a result of the attack on US military forces in Hawai'i.

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