Paying Respect To Those Men And Women That Server Our Great Country

Dated: 12/08/2015

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On this day the nation pays tribute to those who perished in the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. As a former US Marine I would like to pay respect to those men and women that server our great country in the military. We need to come together as a nation and realize we are the great country today due in part of the people that have fought for our freedom. Patriotism is not a Left or right thing it as an American thing and I am proud to have served with some of the best people I know.


U.S. Marines stand at attention during a December 7, 2012, ceremony to commemorate Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The USS Arizona Memorial is in the background. The site was temporarily closed to visitors on May 27, 2015 for nine days after an accident damaged a dock and ramp leading to the memorial.

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Sarah Freeman

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