"Yesterday, December 7, 1941–a date which will live in infamy–the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan."
– Franklin D. Roosevelt, on the morning after Pearl Harbor
The Pearl Harbor Memorial events are conducted across America and dedicated to the men and women killed or injured during the surprise attack on December 7, 1941. Learn about how America entered into World War II and the sacrifice demanded of our Armed Forces with team building and a history lesson. Participants who finish this event will receive the unique Pearl Harbor Memorial patch which is always earned and never sold.
Born a Canuck in Montreal, Canada. Sarkis grew up overseas, spending time in West Africa and Saudi Arabia. After becoming a man, he decided to join the United States Army. His first job was a mechanic, more commonly referred to as a Grease Monkey, in military motor pool terms. He wanted more of a Challenge and became a Green Beret. After spending over 6 years working with some of the best operators in the world, he now teaches the future of Special Operations Medics as a Cadre at the Special Warfare Center school house. When he gets free time, he spends it with his family.