Holidays

New Year's

Groundhog Day
Mardi Gras
Chinese New Year
Valentine's Day
Presidents' Day
St. Patrick's Day
Easter
April Fool's Day
Arbor Day
Cinco De Mayo
Mother's Day
Memorial Day
Flag Day
Father's Day
Independence Day - 4th of July
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Halloween
Guy Fawkes
Diwali
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving
Pearl Harbor
Hanukkah
Christmas
Kwanzaa

History of Pearl Harbor Day

On December 7, 1941, more than 2,400 people lost their lives when a surprise attack devastated the U.S. Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. As President Roosevelt said, it was a "date that will live in infamy."

On National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we think of the brave men and women who died on that infamous day in 1941, and honor all those who sacrificed for our liberty during World War II.