The remains of a North Dakota sailor who was killed at Pearl Harbor have been laid to rest in his home state. KXMC-TV reports that Navy Fireman 1st Class Lawrence … Click to Continue »
Dan Goure Security, Asia Is this possible? The Trump Administration is undertaking a Ballistic Missile Defense Review intended to ensure that our current and planned capabilities are best able to meet the evolving ballistic missile threat. Show More Summary
It appears things are starting to move fast... Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs reports from Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers, under the command of U.S. Pacific Air Forces, joined their counterparts from...Show More Summary
Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 drew the United States into World War II and spawned a massive wave of shock and fear across the country. It also prompted the U.S. government to round up and send more than 100,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps.
Visit Carol Goodman's Website Here OVERVIEW: The day Japan bombs Pearl Harbor, four thirteen-year-olds converge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where an eccentric curator is seeking four uncommonly brave souls to track down the hidden...Show More Summary
Radioman 2nd Class Quentin Gifford was aboard the USS Oklahoma on Battleship Row at Pearl Harbor when it was struck by five Japanese torpedoes on December 7th, 1941 and he went down with ship along with four hundred and twenty nine of his shipmates. He’s been listed as missing all of these years. Until now. […]
On Tuesday’s NBC Today, while marking the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing a 1942 executive order to intern Japanese-American citizens in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, co-host Matt Lauer and special...Show More Summary
The remains of a North Dakota sailor who was killed at Pearl Harbor will soon be coming home for burial. Navy Fireman 1st Class Lawrence Fecho will be buried with … Click to Continue »
The Pentagon says it has identified the remains of a long-lost Massachusetts combat veteran killed at Pearl Harbor. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said the remains of Navy Yeoman 3rd … Click to Continue »
"Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? HELL NO!"
In the early morning hours of February 25, 1942, all hell was breaking loose in Los Angeles, California. America was still rattled by the attack by the Japanese Imperial Navy’s attack on Pearl Harbor, and concerns about a legitimate threat on the U.S. mainland had kept military officials on the West Coast on high alert... Read more »
Warfare History Network Security, At 11:50 pm, 10 Japanese ships from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Destroyer Flotillas suddenly appeared out of the blackness and launched a series of torpedoes at the Russian ships. On the chilly night of February...Show More Summary
Let me preface this post with just two words: Pearl Harbor. OK, so, Ben Affleck knows a thing or two about Hollywood at this stage. The veteran actor started his career with small parts in movies like Dazed and Confused before making a real name for himself by winning an Oscar for Good Will Hunting. Show More Summary
On CNN’s Newsroom Monday, political analyst Robert Baer went on a hyperbolic rant about Trump, claiming the President’s behavior towards Russia is akin to “working with the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.” Baer fumed: It is truly like, you know, working with the Japanese after Pearl Harbor to defend Hawaii. Show More Summary
Warfare History Network History, Asia Efforts to reach peace accords—and the expectation of one decisive battle—actually put Japan on a collision course to war with the United States. Commander Mitsuo Fuchida, strike leader for Operation...Show More Summary
Warfare History Network History, Europe A former sailor recalls his ship’s participation in one of the most momentous events of World War II, from Pearl Harbor, to Normandy, to Iwo Jima. I am of Polish, Irish, and American Indian descent and grew up in the small (population 3,800) northern Illinois town of Geneva. Show More Summary
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced that the state will illuminate the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge in New Haven in red, white and blue lights for the Fourth of … Click to Continue »
By air and by sea, visitors to Oahu have two new ways to see the sights of Honolulu. Certainly the more spectacular is the just-launched Pearl Harbor Warbirds experiences, in which people take to the skies in actual World War II planes. During the “Admiral’s Warbird Experience,” guests hop into...
On Friday night, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow brought on who she called “the great Dan Rather” for two segments to discuss their ongoing trauma that Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election. The disgraced former CBS anchor was still fabricating...Show More Summary