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Tomi Lahren Dec 7
Remembering Pearl Harbor and all the brave men and women of the United States Military who continue to serve and protect our great nation.
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Joseph Urban Dec 7
Dec 7th , we lost many Veterans today we thank u for protecting us never forget
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U.S. Dept of Defense Dec 7
We pause and reflect to honor those veterans of the attack on and Oahu 77 years ago.
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USSArizona Dec 7
The staggering losses on December 7th 1941. Navy 2,008 killed 710 wounded Army 218 killed 364 wounded Marines 109 killed 69 wounded Civilians 68 killed 35 wounded USS Arizona 1,177 killed
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Bill Lee Dec 7
On this day, we remember those who lost their lives 77 years ago in the attacks on Pearl Harbor, and we honor all of those who have come after them in service to our country.
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Marsha Blackburn Dec 7
Today, we remember and honor the Americans who perished in the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. We will never forget the horrific tragedy of that day or the sacrifices of those who serve in their honor.
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twenty one ufo pilots Dec 7
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Sorry to the Armed forces of the United States of America for Trump is in little crying witch 1st grader mode on
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Office of the DNI Dec 7
It has been 77 years since the day Imperial Japanese Navy forces struck a US fleet with 353 planes at the Pearl Harbor Naval Base. We honor the courage and sacrifice of the heroes.
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del james Dec 7
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Dec 7
“The unconquerable spirit of the heroes of the Greatest Generation enabled them to rise to the occasion,” Adm. Davidson said about the attacks on & Oahu 77 years ago.
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Senator Cortez Masto Dec 7
The tragedy of Pearl Harbor will forever be etched in American history. On , we honor all those who so selflessly sacrificed to protect our freedoms & we remember the brave nurses & first responders who made a difference that day. We are forever grateful
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Lenny Curry Dec 7
77 years ago today my grandfather, Leonard L Curry, was on the USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor when all hell broke loose that morning.
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Turning Point USA Dec 7
Today We Honor The Lives Lost At Pearl Harbor On December 7th, 1941
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GOP Dec 7
On this day in 1941: “A date which will live in infamy.” Today and every day, we remember those made the ultimate sacrifice for our country 77 years ago.
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Boston Police Dept. Dec 7
On this day, December 7, 2018, the men and women of the Boston Police Department pause to remember the courage and sacrifice displayed 77 years ago during the attack on the Pearl Harbor Naval Base on the island of Oahu.
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Andrei Cherny Dec 7
The USS Arizona was built in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which today is home to a farm-to-table restaurant, a store called Hip Hop Closet, art galleries, and more. That’s what it means to say “they died that we might live free.”
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59NationalParks.com Dec 7
Please take a moment to remember those who served and sacrificed for us on this
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LA Tech Sports Dec 7
We will always remember Pearl Harbor and those who lost their lives on this day 77 years ago. will tour this memorial on December 19 when they visit Honolulu for the Hawai’i Bowl.
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Nanette D. Barragán Dec 7
On this , we remember the acts of valor and bravery of the heroes we lost at Pearl Harbor 77 years ago, and honor those who served in WWII following the attack. To all of our veterans, thank you for your service and sacrifices.
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Steven Lakalaka Dec 7
Today, five survivors remain and I am thankful and blessed to have met a true hero. In memory here’s two years ago on Military Night. “December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy”-FDR
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