National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
to commemorate Americans who died as a result of the Japanese attack on
In the early morning hours of
launched a surprise attack against
injured. As a result of this act, then-President
with the Allies against the Axis powers.
Commenting on this year’s Pearl Harbor
President of Arkansas Flag and Banner in
during these uncertain times that Americans remember our men and women serving
timely day of commemoration.”
McCoy suggests ways in which each individual can participate in this day
of remembrance. “Yellow ribbons have become a national symbol of love, hope
and prayer for those who have died and for those whose lives are currently in
peril,” she stated.
“We can all participate in a show of support for our troops during this
holiday season by adding a yellow ribbon to our holiday decorations, to
Christmas trees, to
your poinsettia plant. This gives additional meaning to the holidays by
honoring the sacrifices our troops continue to make,” McCoy added.
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