Tomorrow marks the 78th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
An attack that led to the U.S. formal entry into World War II, a military action that would change our country forever.
Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service attacked the naval base at Pearl Harbor early on that Sunday morning in 1941, killing more than 2,000 Americans.
Preparations are underway in Honolulu for this weekend’s Pearl Harbor commemoration.
It’s expected to draw survivors, veterans, dignitaries, and the public to honor those we lost that fatal day.