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GRANHOLM-PEARL HARBOR
(2007-12-06)
(wgvu) - GOVERNOR GRANHOLM IS ASKING MICHIGANIANS
TO FOLLOW THE EXAMPLE OF THEIR PUBLIC AGENCIES AND FLY U.S. FLAGS
AT HALF STAFF TOMORROW TO MARK PEARL HARBOR DAY.
GRANHOLM ISSUED AN ORDER IN 2005 DIRECTING THAT STATE OFFICES
LOWER THE FLAG EACH DECEMBER 7TH TO MARK THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE
1941 JAPANESE ATTACK ON THE HAWAIIAN NAVAL BASE.
THE AERIAL ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR KILLED 2,334 U.S. MILITARY
PERSONNEL AND WOUNDED 1,143, LEADING TO AMERICA'S ENTRY INTO WORLD
WAR II.
THE GOVERNOR SAYS THIS YEAR'S OBSERVANCES "ALSO SALUTE THE MEN
AND WOMEN STATIONED AROUND THE WORLD, INCLUDING THOSE FIGHTING IN
IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN."
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