Everyone who was old enough seems to remember exactly where they were when they heard the news of Pearl Harbor, 65 years ago today. It is much as later generations would remember where they were when John F. Kennedy was killed, or the first plane hit on 9/11. Clayton Sandell and I have done a piece about the USS Arizona, which seems frozen in time, but is slowly dissolving into the sea. It’s the closing piece on World News this evening. The dotcom version is HERE. And you can see the webcast version HERE. (A bit of an experiment; let me know what you think.) I had a relative, practically a kid when the Japanese attacked, who packed up everything and went with his brothers to enlist that week. He served in the Pacific until 1945. I think about him often.