ronnie.hull at glowbugs.com
Fri Dec 7 12:33:38 EST 2007
I have personally known two men, both now deceased, who were at pearl harbor.
One was a ham, Tom, WB5PJP, who watched it all happen while taking cover
under a large truck ( he was in the army air corps).
you know, I have several old wooden radio's from the era, and I have always
imagined a family sitting around one of them listening to all of this unfold.
I will say thanks to all vets of all of our wars who were willing to put
thier lives on the line doing what was right.
My own father made two combat jumps with the 82nd A/B, at Normandy, and in
all of these men and women left big footprints.
Ronnie - W5SUM
On Fri, 7 Dec 2007 10:53:17 -0600, A.R.S. - WA5AM wrote
> On Dec 7, 2007 10:46 AM, BILL WINTER <k3jpb at msn.com> wrote:
> > There are still a few of us left. Thank you for remembering.
> > Bill--- WWll and Korea
> Thank You Bill, and the others who fought for our country. My father
> was 24 when they bombed Pearl. He joined that day, and headed to
> Germany not too long afterwards. Lived the last 6 months in a prison
> These historical days are not remembered enough. If you have a flag,
> lower it to half mast. If you don't have a flag, go buy one now....
> Brian - wa5am
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