Tag Archives: April 18 1942

This Morning

Every April 18 when I wake up in the morning, I immediately think of a particular group of 80 men who seemingly did the impossible. If not for them, this world as we know it today might not be. Of … Continue reading

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Seventy Years

Seventy years ago this morning, 80 brave men took off from the USS Hornet on what would later become known as the Doolittle Raid. It is hard to imagine babies were born, lived their entire lives, and died having lived … Continue reading

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December 7

It is hard to believe it has been 69 years since the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Eighteen year-old newly enlisted sailors, who were there when the Japanese bombed the harbor, are today, 87 years old. There are some 3000 … Continue reading

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