Countless citizens of Arkansas have served our nations military through the years. From WWII to Present Day, they have answered the call. Arkansas Valor takes a look into the lives of those men and women who took up arms to defend our freedom. The year is 1944 and the war in the Pacific is raging on in bloody fashion. Yet hundreds of thousands of Americans were still signing up for the fight. One man was Earl Hill of Pocahontas, AR. Hill would find himself serving aboard an LCT (Landing Craft Tank) during the Battle of Guam, and during the clean up of Pearl Harbor, which still showed scars of the Japanese attack in 1941. Watch as he tells his personal story of service, and unique perspective you will not find in History books.