Remembering Pearl Harbor

  • Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Photo Provided On Dec. 7, American Legion Post 166 in Goose Creek held a Pearl Harbor Day Observance Ceremony remembering the 72nd Anniversary of the infamous event. Thirteen World War II Veterans were honored for their service, and 14 active duty sailors from the Naval Weapon Station took part in the ceremony that brought both the old and the new together for a truly memorable evening. A 10-piece band provided music from the 1940s that was greatly appreciated by the Postís honored guests. Visit AmericanLegionPost166sc.com for more information.


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