Pearl Harbor survivor honored

It’s been 74 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor. On Friday, a local veteran who survived the attack who honored for his service.

Karl Monday spent six years in the military, and was stationed at Pearl Harbor when the naval station was attacked in December of 1941.

After the attack, Monday says he spent the next two years fighting the Japanese across the pacific. He says he still remembers everything about the attack.

You can hear more about his experience at Pear Harbor by playing the video above.

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