People mark the 82nd anniversary of Pearl Harbor at the Duluth waterfront
82 years ago, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, launching the United States into World War II.
On Thursday, a very mild December 7th to mark the anniversary in Duluth. A sizeable group of veterans and others gathered together to remember and honor the lives lost.
The National Remembrance Day ceremony took place at the Marine Museum.
Two sons of a Pearl Harbor survivor from Cass County helped lay the wreath into the water in the canal.
Members of the Duluth Honor Guard were part of the event.