Thursday, December 7, 2017

A Day That Will Live In Infamy

It's memorials, headstones, and a dwindling few elderly veterans now.

76 years ago, it was ships, planes, and young men as the United States entered WWII.

Here's the story of one, Navy Fireman 3rd Class Kenneth Holm, from the USS Oklahoma, finally identified by DNA testing and laid to rest earlier this year.



Old NFO said...


My Take said...

Thank you very much. So far today, you are the only one to make mention of this. (I usually visit 25 or so blogs each day). Not only that, but my local newspaper did not even have a column inch devoted to it. I think this is very sad.