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Pearl Harbor Quotes

By: J. Owen

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Understanding US Navy Ship Designations

By: Mark Loproto

For a civilian, understanding the terminology used by the United States Navy can seem complicated. When it comes to something as simple as the naming of ships, there’s a lot… Read More

Other Targets: Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay

By: Mark Loproto

The targets of the Pearl Harbor attack of December 7, 1941 weren't limited to the ships at the Oahu naval base. The eight battleships moored at Battleship Row were the… Read More

The Heroes of Marine Corps Air Station Ewa

By: Mark Loproto

Not every hero of December 7th, 1941 was made within the confines of Pearl Harbor. While most of the Japanese attention was focused on the eight battleships moored along Battleship… Read More

Uniting the States: America’s Reaction to Pearl Harbor

By: Mark Loproto

Events like the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001 have proven that in times of turmoil, citizens of the United States will band together for the good of… Read More

Terms To Know: Shakedown and Overhaul

By: Mark Loproto

Reading through military history is likely to bring up a few unfamiliar words and phrases. For instance, what does it mean when a vessel undergoes a “shakedown cruise” or an… Read More

The Mark 14 Torpedo: Problem Child of the US Navy

By: Mark Loproto

In the early months of World War II, the US Navy was finding it difficult to get a leg up on their Japanese opponents. One of the thorniest issues was… Read More

When a Ship Is Decommissioned

By: Mark Loproto

The life cycle of a US Navy ship begins when its keel is laid down for construction. After construction is completed, she’s launched into the open water, where she undergoes… Read More

USS Arizona Memorial Reopens to Visitors

By: Mark Loproto

Undergoing critical repairs since May of 2018, the USS Arizona Memorial has been closed to the public. Beginning on September 1, 2019, visitors will once again be able to board… Read More

Pearl Harbor Scourge: Mitsubishi A6M Zero

By: Mark Loproto

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese A6M Zero Model 21 manufactured by Mitsubishi was one of the most iconic participants in the attack on Pearl Harbor. While the bombers inflicted… Read More

Learning About the Military Airfields of Oahu

By: Mark Loproto

Toward the end of the First World War, the United States began to focus on strengthening its defense of the West Coast. Having had virtually no military presence in the… Read More

The Unexpected Heroines of Pearl Harbor

By: Mark Loproto

When the Japanese swooped in on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, it did more than devastate the United States Pacific Fleet. It brought people together and encouraged otherwise passive civilians… Read More

Pearl Harbor: What You May Not Know

By: Mark Loproto

December 7th, 1941 was a date that was destined to go down in infamy the moment the Japanese dropped the first bomb on Pearl Harbor, on the island of Oahu.… Read More

Pacific Aviation Museum’s Hangar 37

By: Mark Loproto

During the course of American aviation history, the aerial fleet of the US military has undergone vast changes to keep up with the changing demands of warfare. Aircraft that were… Read More

Admiral Yamamoto’s Doubts

By: Mark Loproto

In the quiet of a Sunday morning in December, the skies over Pearl Harbor erupted in a hail of bullets, bombs, and torpedoes. The calm waters below instantly became a… Read More

Pearl Harbor Then and Now

By: Mark Loproto

More than 75 years have passed since the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor. On the morning of December 7th, 1941, the American naval base awoke to the sound of gunfire… Read More

Other Targets: Schofield Barracks

By: Mark Loproto

When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, their main objective was to decimate US naval power in the Pacific by destroying the  the battleships moored along Battleship… Read More

Pearl Harbor Hero Doris Miller Statue Unveiled

By: Mark Loproto

Many heroes came out of the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, men who risked their  lives for the sake of their fellow serviceman. Many jumped into the flaming, oil-slicked waters… Read More

Wreckage of the USS Ward Found

By: Mark Loproto

On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, the United States came under fire by a fleet of planes from Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carriers. The attack resulted in the loss… Read More

New Photos of PBY Flying Boat sunk before Pearl Harbor Attack

By: Daniel Garcia

Before Pearl Harbor was attacked, other military installations on Oahu were hit. The bombers were specifically targeting aircraft in order to prevent American forces from getting airborne and fighting back.… Read More