REMEMBERING . . . A DAY THAT WILL LIVE IN INFAMY

Some 63 years ago on a bright sunny Sunday morning on the isles of Hawaii, a giant armada of aircraft blackened the skies. For the first time in our history a foreign power attacked our country on our soil and virtually destroyed our naval fleet in the South Pacific. This day was December 7, 1941. It was the attack on Pearl Harbor.

On the eve of December 7, 2004 a group from the Allen County Council of Veterans, honor guard, and families met at the Allen County War Memorial in remembrance of those who gave their all.

Pictured above are Ryan, April and Mickayla Milby.

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