June 8: USS Liberty Remembrance Day
HELP Establish USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day on June 8
On June 8, 1967, America's premier spy ship the USS LIBERTY was attacked by Israel as it navigated in international waters during The Six-Day War, killing 34 Americans and wounding 174 out of the 294 man crew.
Admiral Moorer, General Raymond Davis, Rear Admiral Staring, Ambassador James Akins and other high ranking US officials have come forth stating Israel’s attack on the USS LIBERTY was deliberate.
Admiral Moorer and his distinguished colleagues also called for every June 8th to be known as "USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day, in order to commemorate the Liberty’s heroic crew."
All donations will fund the grassroots effort to establish every June 8 to be known as USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day, including putting up billboards, organizing events, and other activities.