World War II
PEARL HARBOR ATTACK:
A VETERAN REMEMBERS
A Day that has lived in Infamy
by Rees Lloyd
The horror of Japan's Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, a day President Franklin D. Roosevelt said would "live in infamy," may have faded for many Americans, but not for the veterans who survived it.
"How can anyone forget Pearl Harbor? So many good American kids killed, wounded, maimed for life. We were unprepared. I hope Americans never forget," said US Army Air Corps veteran Ed Cogan, who survived Pearl Harbor and later the Normandy Invasion, where he was nearly killed as a Glider Pilot.
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