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NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: davemotohead ()
Date: December 07, 2017 07:43AM

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: TroyWidtfeldt ()
Date: December 07, 2017 07:47AM

"salute"

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: 2ragtops ()
Date: December 07, 2017 07:49AM

I do not, and never have owned a Mitsubishi, [producer of the "ZERO"] I refuse to buy one.

Bob Bauer

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Posted by: irvan ()
Date: December 07, 2017 07:53AM

This is my Dad at Pearl Harbor a couple of months before the attack, he said it looked quite a bit different after. Please excuse the glare from the flash, the picture hangs in my garage and I took a quick photo.

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Posted by: Paulsgt ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:05AM

Thanks Dave.

Paul Sergeant
CORSA Central Division Director / CORSA Treasurer <-new title
Lee's Summit, MO
CORSA since 1975
Member – HACOA, Corvair Minnesota, CORSA, Little Indians, POCI



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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: JamesD ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:08AM

God bless our troops. Enemies come and go, but our troops will always be our heroes.

James Deplorable
'65 Corsa 4-speed, '65 Corsa V8                                                       Santa Clarita, CA.
“I may not always drive a car, but when I do, I prefer a Corvair.  Stay loose, my friends.”

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: corventure Dave ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:14AM

Salute, honor, respect and never forget!

Corventure Dave

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: Phil Dally ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:14AM

Ultimate respect to all whom have sacrificed.

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: TroyWidtfeldt ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:14AM

My great uncle Paul Widtfeldt Jr. was killed in vietnam, if you don't believe me look it up. And my Great grandfather was injured in world war two, Kenneth Widtfeldt, as a medic in field action.

I *salute* their sacrifice and am proud that I'm related to them.

Troy W

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Posted by: MattNall ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:29AM

Troy... it's great that you even know about your Families service..

But Dec 7th " A day that will live in Infamy " is a day to morn those that died in a sneak attack.... that could've been avoided..





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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: eddieb ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:53AM

My late father-in-law was a flight engineer on B-17's at Hickam that morning. he was eating breakfast in the mess hall when the planes came over not more the 50 feet above the trees. They strafed the mess hall but all got out ok.
When he got back to Hickam there were virtually no planes.
Till the day he died he would never buy a Jap product. EddieB Dade City, Fl

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Posted by: Timothy Shortle ()
Date: December 07, 2017 08:55AM

We shall never forget this day in my household. I was just talking to my wife about it this morning. Nice picture irvin. Thanks for sharing it with us.
My father was in the Sea Bees during that war. We are thankful he came back and he never wanted to speak of it.

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Posted by: jimc ()
Date: December 07, 2017 09:15AM

My late father was a Navy Hospital Corpsman at Pearl, after the attack. The Hawaiian Paradise was a bit different place then and fear of another attack was on their minds, as well as, the daily casualties of war he tended at the hospital. His war experience was not as combative as my wife's father who was in the "Battle of the Bulge". As with many WWII vets, he did not speak much of his war experience, other than the harsh cold, shortage of supplies and the one night a US Army tanked rolled over his foxhole and survived.

Salute to our servicemen/women who remain vigilant, protect our country and freedoms and our right to disagree peacefully.

Jimc
1965 Corsa

HACOA member
AACA 2015 Award
CORSA 2017 Concours Senior Gold Award

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Posted by: Chilly Willy ()
Date: December 07, 2017 09:26AM

The Arizona Memorial is a must see, words can’t completely describe it.



Will
Northern California

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: TroyWidtfeldt ()
Date: December 07, 2017 09:34AM

yes it is very great to know that your relatives did not back down in the face of adversity. Kenneth Widtfeldt [www.fold3.com]

Paul Widtfeldt Jr. Crazy he died at 21, that is me in 3.5 yrs!
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You really wonder if you were in their circumstances, would you do the same thing?

Thank you for your service any one who is/was in the armed forces.

Troy Widtfeldt

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Re: NEVER FORGET!
Posted by: American Mel ()
Date: December 07, 2017 06:06PM

MattNall Wrote:
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> Troy... it's great that you even know about your
> Families service..
>
> But Dec 7th " A day that will live in Infamy "
> is a day to morn those that died in a sneak
> attack.... that could've been avoided..


So sad to say, but ever so TRUE !

A big THANK-YOU to all VETS!

I used to know many WWII vets, but sadly only a few remain now.

Truly "THE GREATEST GENERATION" ! ! !

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Posted by: aircooled6 ()
Date: December 07, 2017 06:40PM

Picture from One Year ago, today.

If you go to Honolulu, you MUST make time to visit the Arizona Memorial.

It was raining like crazy last year, but we had a private visit with about 15 Park Rangers and maybe 2 dozen Veteran's. Very Moving.

I Salute ALL Veterans. Not just today, but Every Day.

Thank All of you for your service to our Always, Still and Continually Great Nation.

Everett Wilson
North Richland Hills TX
(Now, South of 820!!)
64 Greenbrier 110 with 95 heads/PG

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Posted by: red monza ()
Date: December 07, 2017 06:40PM

My uncle that I was named for....was a platoon leader in Japan on an island and was shot thru the neck on the last day of the war. I have his Purple Heart.

I do not hold any enemy in war responsible, they are doing what they are ordered to do...its the leader of that country that I hold responsible.

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Posted by: MattNall ()
Date: December 07, 2017 06:45PM

So true.... as any military person in war.... Follow orders or be XXXX take your pick...





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Posted by: stitch ()
Date: December 07, 2017 07:08PM

My Dad was in the army for WW2. Fought in Germany mostly.Came out of a forest barefoot into the beautiful hamlet of Berchtesgaden. That's when he and his buddies were told that the' War was Over'!
He also fought in the Korean war and....wait for it...
was also sent to Nam in68 before he retired in 69.
Yeah, the last was a desk job in Tuy Hoa on a US airbase...bbbbbbut
My ole man was in3 big ones. And for that, I'm proud!

"If you can't fix it with a Hammer, you have an Electrical problem."
Stitch...
Schertz, Texas.
(Smallish town/burg 17 mi. NE of San Antonio)

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