Presidential Race Frontrunners Reflect on Pearl Harbor

Presidential Race Frontrunners Reflect on Pearl Harbor

December 7, 2015 marked the 74th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, “a date which will forever live in infamy.” On this day in 1941, thousands lost their lives when the Japanese Navy Air Service bombed the Naval Station located in Honolulu, Hawaii, prompting the United States to get involved in World War II. On August 23rd 1994, Congress officially declared December 7th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, also known as Pearl Harbor Day. On this day, Americans across the nation take time out of their busy schedules to think back on the attacks of that day and pay respects to those that lost their lives. This of course includes politicians, many of whom made posts to social media commemorating the day and reminding followers of their support for the U.S. military. Here are a few examples from some of the Presidential frontrunners:

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