By Antonio Gilb
Thomas Galindo was working at an Austin drug store selling sodas for 35 cents when he heard the shocking report on the radio. It was news that would irrevocably change the 19-year-old's life.
The date was Dec. 7, 1941. Galindo heard the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
"I was getting close to that age," he said. He knew he was going to war.