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OC Firefighters Remember Pearl Harbor Day - December 7, 1941
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Dear Friends,

Today we remember the over 2,400 men and women who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor over 75 years ago. 

We are reminded of the sacrifices of past generations and we renew our commitment to honor their memory. For Firefighters, we remember those who served in the Honolulu Fire Department and Hawaii’s Federal Fire Department who were killed that day in the line of duty. You can read the full story of their heroism in Firehouse Magazine: Fire History: Dec. 7, 1941: A Day of Infamy And FIRE. 

Orange County Firefighters are proud to have dozens of military veterans in our ranks working each and every day for the OCFA as Firefighters and Paramedics to protect lives and property here in Orange County.  

Please remember to take a moment today to be thankful for all the freedoms we enjoy here in America and the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for future generations. 
In Solidarity,

Baryic Hunter, President
O.C. Firefighters, IAFF Local 3631
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OC Firefighters - IAFF Local 3631
1900 East Warner Ave Ste G 
Santa Ana, CA 92705 
 (949) 486-3631
www.ocfirefighters.org 



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