On Pearl Harbor with WW II Veterans Page Wodell and Dr. Kenneth Isaacs

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December 7, 1941 the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and drew the Americans into WWII. Page Wodell was attending Yale University and became an Aviation Cadet. WWII Veteran Dr. Kenneth Isaacs’ brother was stationed at Pearl Harbor and survived the attack. Dr. Isaacs shares his brother’s perspective.

December 7, 1941 the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and drew the Americans into WWII. Page Wodell was attending Yale University and became an Aviation Cadet. Soon he began to train with several aircraft types and learn to take-off and land on aircraft carriers. Eventually, he became a Navy Dive Bomber in the Pacific Theater. Seventy-eight years after Pearl Harbor Page encourages us to “Remember the Young Guys. Every man, woman and child did everything they could for this country. Don’t forget that they gave so much!”

WWII Veteran Dr. Kenneth Isaacs’ brother was stationed at Pearl Harbor and survived the attack. Dr. Isaacs shares his brother’s perspective.

Listen to the show at America’s Veteran’s Stories. 

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