We spent the week at Cocoa Beach with cousins who were retired military. Coming home from lunch on Merritt Island they spotted a sign for Brevard Veterans Memorial Museum. We decided to visit. It was a small but very well displayed collection of military memories since WWI. My cousin found several of the actual uniforms he wore in the Navy. One room was devoted to a display of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. This was put together by a high school senior and very well done with pictures, models etc. My uncle was in Pearl Harbor at the time of the bombing so I was particularly interested. It was a wonderful surprise to see my uncle in a picture taken the day before the bombing standing with his barrack buddys . A few months later when talking with my Aunt I mentioned seeing my uncle (her husband) in the picture. She said, "Oh I would love to see that picture". I called the museum and they immediately agree to copy and send me the picture. It is free and well worth and hour of your time.
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