Show your support for the veterans of Pearl Harbor with this classic Remember Pearl Harbor 8" x 3" bumper sticker.
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Metal Of Honor full color glossy 36"x 24" poster comes rolled in a shipping tube.
$10 plus shipping.
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We now accept gifts/donations. By making a gift to the Pearls of Honor project, you are helping us to continue our efforts to educate the younger generations, and the young at heart, about the importance of Pearl Harbor.
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Living with the Pearls is the blog of Author Dana Harbaugh. Dana's passion is documenting the activities of the Survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor. His life has been enriched by knowing these true American Treasures and he wants to share their story with the world.
Occasional posts are made by others on the Pearls of Honor Team.
About the Book
Many books are available on all facets of Pearl Harbor, who knew what when, what happened the day of the attack, stories of individual survivors and many more angles but none chronicle the Survivors performing their daily mission to Keep America Alert.
Dana's upcoming book Pearls of Honor: Their Duty to Remember is a unique look into the hearts of the Survivors as they struggle to remind America of the price paid on the day that will live in infamy.
The book pays tribute to those Survivors (both living and those who have passed on) as we peer through the window of over 1,000 photos gathered during the last 8 years as Dana became a familiar feature at every gathering... snapping away with his camera. His friendship with the Survivors has allowed him to travel with them to meetings, parades, memorials and celebrations of every kind. During this time, he has come to know them and sees them as more than just symbols of history. They are vibrant men who care deeply for their country and constantly mourn the cost of freedom paid by their fallen brothers. Join us as we explore all facets of their duty to remember.
About Metal of Honor
Dana has also commissioned a complete custom refit of his new Harley Davidson Cross Bones motorcycle to serve as a rolling history lesson. Metal of Honor bears the names of all the ships and bases that were attacked, images of the USS Arizona and the Medal of Honor given to John Finn, the oldest living Medal of Honor recipient, as well as numerous other images related to the attack. The bike will travel the country with Dana, and be shown at various events. Dana will also ride Metal of Honor in parades and escort details to help draw people into the story of these heroes.