Pearl Harbor

We had to get up early to go  to Pearl Harbor.  We watched two movies about Pearl Harbor.  We took a boat out to the U.S.S. Arizona Monument.  We did a Jr. Ranger Program.  I bought a graphic novel on the story of the attack on Pearl Harbor. I learned about how the Japanese bombed the US Pacific Fleet.  This visit was interest and educational for me.

By, Marcus

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5 thoughts on “Pearl Harbor

  1. Miss Bianca

    Marcus,
    This is an interesting post. My dad’s uncle died on the USS Arizona. When my mom and dad visited the site, they said they felt very emotional. I’m glad you got to see it.

  2. Great job Marcus !!!

  3. Windy

    Great report Marcus I enjoyed it very much and now I want to go there too!

  4. Eddie & Mom

    Marcus, You can start writing the blogs for your mom & give her a break. We are very proud of you!

  5. Yvonne and Steve

    Thanks Marcus, we were also there. It really saddens the heart to visit it. Yvonne

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