Submitted by: Karen Evans

Category: Stories

In long overdue recognition, Doolittle Tokyo Raiders of WWII have been honored with a Congressional Gold Medal. Bestowed for their tremendous valor and sacrifice at a pivotal point in our military history, it is one of our nation’s highest awards of appreciation for distinguished achievement and contribution.

Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, provoked a responsive Declaration of War, as Americans enlisted and Doolittle Tokyo Raiders prepared a retaliatory strike.

About the author:

An advocate for honoring military service. Former Director of Administration for the Monuments Men Foundation, Project Coordinator for Agon Arts & Entertainment / Laurel Publishing, and independent Political Researcher published by The Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Money Magazine, Worth Magazine, Sarah McClendon Washington News Service, United We Stand America, Texas Business and Texas Watch.

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