While colorizing historic photos for Pearl Harbor's anniversary, MK Davis, film and photo expert and astrophotographer, came across something odd in the air.Might this be a UFO witnessing the event? This has been reported at many cataclysmic...Show More Summary
After signing my Pop, EM2 Bud Cloud (circa Pearl Harbor) up for hospice care, the consolation prize I'd given him (for agreeing it was OK to die) was a trip to "visit the Navy in San Diego." I emailed my friend and former Marine sergeant, Mrs. Show More Summary
From the Daily Mail: The crew of the USS Dewey have honored the dying wish of a Pearl Harbor survivor by allowing him on board the latest version of the destroyer he served on in the Second World War. Electrician’s Mate Second Bud Cloud...Show More Summary
Most of us know about and are immensely proud of the 80 intrepid heroes who on April 18, 1942, in response to and with the nation still reeling from the devastating Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, took off in 16 B-25 bombers from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet on a top-secret mission to bomb [...]
By Jim Miklaszewski, Correspondent, NBC News DAYTON, Ohio -- In April 1942, the United States was still reeling from the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. military was desperate to strike back, and the American people were in search of a hero. The legendary J …
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What price freedom? Veterans Day since WWII reflect & display defenses from Civil War though modern times - at L.A.'s Forest Lawn November, 2011 in DemoCast original video report. Veterans from World War II (Pearl Harbor through the present) discuss the need and price of defending democracy against tyranny and repression. Show More Summary
It was 1942 and America was reeling from the shock of the attack on Pearl Harbor. 80 men volunteered for what all of them assumed was a suicide mission to prove to the world America would stand strong. Dubbed The … Continue reading...
There were 80 and now there are four surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders who struck our first blow against the Japanese mainland four months after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. From the Associated Press; Three of the four surviving Raiders attended the toast Saturday at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. […]
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Known as the Doolittle Raiders, the 80 men who risked their lives on a World War II bombing mission on Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor were toasted one last time by their surviving comrades and honored with a Veterans Day weekend of fanfare shared by thousands.
Of the 80 men involved with Doolittle's Raid, only four survive today. They were hailed as heroes for giving the U.S. its first victory against Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor. After many years of raising a glass of cognac toShow More Summary
December 1942, a year after Pearl Harbor. "Production. B-17 heavy bomber. A nearly complete B-17F 'Flying Fortress' at Boeing's Seattle plant." Photo by Andreas Feininger for the Office of War Information. View full size.
Click here to view this media Howie Kurtz has found a true home at Fox News, where he's called in routinely throughout the day to offer his expert opinion on all sorts of issues. With Fox doing the fast pivot toward an all-out assault...Show More Summary
If you've ever wanted to reenact the battle of Pearl Harbor on your iPhone, you'll soon have the chance.
"The Bush administration opened with a second Pearl Harbor, ended with a second Great Crash and contained a second Vietnam in the middle." That sounds like a liberal. Guess what? It is. David Frum was selected by the New York Times to review a new book on Bush by New York Times reporter Peter Baker. Show More Summary
You may remember the story we told you last week about Chris Cox, the South Carolina man who took it uponhimself to clean up the grounds around the Lincoln Memorial. Of course, the Lincoln Memorial is not the only national park receiving much-needed lawn care from private citizens during the government shutdown. It's also happening in Hawaii.
Having already explored World War II through the perspective of the many, many CGI ships and dopey love triangles we lost that day, Pearl Harbor director Michael Bay is preparing to revisit WWII from another, probably disorienting angle. Show More Summary
Michael Bay is going to produce and potentially direct a WWII story entitled SABOTAGE. Read the full article on AICN Hey Yo, Draven here. Michael Bay is looking to WWII again for creative inspiration as The Wrap is reporting that he has signed on to at least produce and possibly direct an adaptation of the book proposal, SABOTAGE. Show More Summary
Daniel J. Mitchell There have been some unfortunate and dark days in American history, but what was the worst day? Some obvious choices include December 7, when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and September 11, when the terroristsShow More Summary