Pearl Harbor Day. My entire life, I always knew this was a huge solemn occasion, but it wasn't until a few years ago when I found myself standing over what is left of the USS Arizona that I really, truly understood. If you've been there, you know. And it doesn't matter what country you're from, or what side you were on, or whether you're a hawk or a dove...from the second the boat leaves the dock heading toward the memorial, and you start seeing the white markers where ships - and their crews - still lie, it hits you. This wasn't just about a bombing run that brought the US into WWII with a vengeance. It was an incredible loss of life, of resources, of a way of living that can never be reclaimed. I have never been more overwhelmed simply by being in a place.
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