This group honors those who perished as well as those who survived the attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. It is open to all who wish to ensure that those heroes and their stories are never forgotten.See More
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I will be adding your grandfather to our 'Hall of Heroes Registry' this weekend. We also have a corresponding photo album, of which, I can add any WWII-era photos of your father. In order…"
I will be adding your grandfather to our 'Hall of Heroes Registry' this weekend. We also have a corresponding photo album, of which, I can add any WWII-era photos of your father. In order to do this, upload those photos to your 'My Photos' app. on your profile. I can then aggregate those to our "Family Members" photo albums.
Just something that we offer if you are interested. Let me know if you have any questions! Scott Lyons
After studying HBO’s The Pacific," and historical research on many of the Marines portrayed in this 2010 film, I’ve become an adherent to this miniseries. Let me say that I loved HBO’s "Band of Brothers." The story behind their D-Day jump is remarkable history, as well as their push to Germany from Carentan, Operation Market Garden, and the Battle of the Bulge. Dick Winters and the other men of the 506th PIR became legends as a result of Stephen Ambrose’s 1992 book Band of Brothers and subsequent HBO series. Naturally, comparisons have been made of the two HBO miniseries--many less favorable, and unfairly so--of "The Pacific" following its premier. Full Story »
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