Before the Pearl Harbor attack there were some 120,000 American soldiers. At the end of the war the USA had about 16 million under arms (most of them reservists); about 4 million Americans were in military action in Europe (against Germany and Italy) and half a million men were in action in the Pacific (against the Japanese).
No the soldiers were not expecting the attack it was surprising.
Pearl Harbor was home to the American 7th Fleet.
The Boston harbor is the harbor where tea was dumped as a protest before the American Revolution happened.
USA military base............................................
The US Military has been stationed at Pearl Harbor since 1898. The answer your Teacher is looking for is "Neutral". The US remained NEUTRAL before Pearl Harbor.
No, not in any military sense anyway.
It is when the soldiers live in your house. Like they did before the American revolution
The primary target at Pearl Harbor was the US Navy (Sailors), the US Army (Soldiers) were a secondary target. US Servicemen were just waking up on a Sunday morning, when the attack came.
Yes: The bombing of Pearl Harbor was unprovoked. And in point of fact Japanese soldiers had already landed on the Malay Peninsula before Pearl Harbor....
before Sorry - the US kept out of any military action until after Pearl Harbor, although she certainly had an enormous navy roaming around the seas.
They were trade partners
You may be thinking of the Hitler Youth, but very few of them fought as soldiers before reaching military age.