Sixty-eight years ago, Pearl Harbor was attacked. A sneak attack by the Empire of Japan. The Pacific Fleet was essentially wiped out. Thousands died.
It all ended in
American didn’t start it, but they finished it with victory.
Back then, battle lines were clearly defined, as was the enemy. They flew flags and wore uniforms.
Today we’re at war in
As with all wars, the cost is high. Too high. But we pay it.
Like World War II, we didn’t start this war either. But we will finish it. With honor.
How victory will be measured is something entirely different.
After winning World War II we re-built
It’s much different now.
But on this day, let’s remember what happened over the skies of
Let us remember this day and every day that it’s brave men and women who step up to finish the fight someone else started.
Let’s never, ever apologize for doing so.
John W. Scherer
John is CEO & Founder of Video Professor, Inc.
You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.