ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Wednesday marked the 75th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
Tributes were held across the United States and in Hawaii to honor the many lives lost, including a poignant one by the Naval Academy Glee Club.
The choir posted a video of them singing "Eternal Father," the Naval Hymy, to YouTube dedicating it "to those who lost their lives in the defense of the United States of America."
The Pearl Harbor Attacks, on Dec. 7, 1941, pushed the United States to enter World War II, and changed the lives of an entire generation, including the life of one vet from right here in Georgia.