Few U-S military veterans remain alive today who can remember what happened December 7, 1941. But the leader of the Seneca American Legion Auxiliary says that’s no excuse for Americans to forget the attack on Pearl Harbor. Cleta Bryson, auxiliary unit 120 president, requests everyone take a moment to remember the men and women killed during the surprise attack by Japan. It was a day President Roosevelt predicted would “live in infamy”. It triggered the United States entry into the Second World War.