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With more inclement weather expected, now is the time to shore up your flagpole parts.
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Dec 7, 1941. Although Pearl Harbor Day is not a public holiday, the American Flag should be flown at half-staff in front of homes, businesses, the White House, and all government buildings, as directed by the United States Congress.
As of this writing, the United States is the only country to have crew members walk on the Moon — in fact, we did so six times between 1969 and 1972.
The second was Apollo 12, whose original launch date was scheduled for September of 1969, but was delayed until November following the success of Apollo 11. Thus, we celebrate the anniversary of the Apollo 12 mission from November 14 to November 24…
On November 10, we celebrate the US Marine Corps birthday.
Every year, the United States Marine Corps celebrates its establishment in 1775 with a traditional ball and a cake cutting ceremony. The first Marine Corps ball was held in 1925 and includes dinner, cake, and entertainment.