It was December 7, 1941.
Eighty years later, veterans and staff of the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton remembered Pearl Harbor. They honored the 2,403 service members and civilians who were killed during the Japanese attack, and the 1,178 people were injured.
First photo, “NHVH Pearl Harbor Ceremony”:
Left to right: (seated) Elaine Baker, Korean Conflict Navy Veteran; (standing) Stanley Piper, WWII Army Veteran; and Roger Cabana, Vietnam Navy Veteran; join for the Pledge of Allegiance for the New Hampshire Veterans Home Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony on Tuesday.
Second photo, “NHVH Paul Tilden – Pearl Harbor”:
Paul Tilden, WWII Army Veteran, reads the New Hampshire Veterans Home daily program sheet in preparation to attend the Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony.
Community members are invited to view the Veteran Home’s “day that will live in infamy” ceremony at: https://bit.ly/2ZYuhrY