Let us never forget the day that will live in infamy. Pearl Harbor Day.

82 years ago, just before 8:00 AM Hawaiian time, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. The surprise strike against the U.S. Naval base took the lives of over 2,400 American soldiers and injured almost 1,200.

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Attacks Led to World War II

The attack led the U.S. into World War II on December 8, 1941, and led President Franklin D. Roosevelt to call the tragic day, one that 'will live in infamy.'

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War Memorial

The USS Arizona War Memorial marks the spot in Pearl Harbor where the attack took place. Over 2 million people visit the monument every year to pay their respects.

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Iconic Images

Here are 16 iconic images of December 7, 1941, to honor the men and women in uniform for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. May we never forget the sacrifices made not only on that fateful day but every day.

16 Iconic Pearl Harbor Images

Herr are 16 iconic photos that capture the day that will live in infamy.

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11 Christmas Towns in New York to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

New York City may be home to the Rockefeller Christmas tree but there are several small towns and villages that will get you in the holiday spirit with all the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.

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