Pearl Harbor Day

Today is the 77th anniversary of the surprise attack by the Japanese on our naval base in Hawaii. In remembrance of that day’s events, and of our nations participation in the war, here is a story that was sent to me by Frederick E. There is some question about the details of the story or whether it is true in part. But I think it’s a good one.

Mary Babnik Brown

We owe so much to the men and women who sacrificed so much in that terrible conflict. There aren’t too many left now. My cousin who died two years ago served in the Coast Guard in the Atlantic and in Europe. His ship sank the first German submarine in American waters. (My father served in WWI) I have a friend who is 99 years old now, and who was a pilot during that war and the Korean War. My hat is off to them and all those like them.

Once again, if you would like to see me drawing some of this week’s strips, ther is a link in yesterday’s post.

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