Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors
June 15, 2014
Are you one of the Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors?
If so you must be proud. It is no exaggeration to call them the Greatest Generation. Pearl Harbor Survivors had to witness a terrible scene that nobody should experience. They lost friends in a sneak attack.
If you have a parent who was at Pearl Harbor, but you are not a member of The Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors (SDPHS), you might consider it. It is a group of individuals who are direct descendants of Pearl Harbor survivors.
Requirements for membership in the Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors, as they appear on the application are as follows: “Must be the son or daughter, the step-son or step-daughter, the adopted son or daughter, or the nephew or niece of a member of the United States Armed Forces stationed on the Island of Oahu or within three (3) miles offshore on December 7, 1941 at the exact time of the attack, 7:55 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Membership eligibility is extended to all the direct (blood line) descendants (grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-nephews, great-nieces).”
For more information about this great organization visit Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors.