National Training Center and Fort Irwin pay tribute to Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

By Charles Melton (USAG Fort Irwin)December 7, 2010

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On Dec. 7, 1941, Japan conducted a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii bringing the United States into World War II on a day President Franklin Delano Roosevelt proclaimed "a date that will live in infamy." The American flag at the National Training Center and Fort Irwin stands at half-staff today, Dec. 7, 2010, serving as a reminder of the day that brought America's "greatest generation" to the forefront. High Desert Warrior staff writer Charles Melton captured the moment in this series of photos early on a crisp, clear High Desert morning.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – On Dec. 7, 1941, Japan conducted a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii bringing the United States into World War II on a day President Franklin Delano Roosevelt proclaimed "a date that will live in infamy." The American flag at the National Training Center and Fort Irwin stands at half-staff today, Dec. 7, 2010, serving as a reminder of the day that brought America's "greatest generation" to the forefront. High Desert Warrior staff writer Charles Melton captured the moment in this series of photos early on a crisp, clear High Desert morning. (Photo Credit: Charles Melton (USAG Fort Irwin)) VIEW ORIGINAL