Heroes and Survivors

The stories and legacies of the brave who served in the armed forces for the United States will live on.
Learn about the heroes and survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack and their tales of courage and selflessness that will restore pride for our fellow citizens for generations now and in the future.

Bernie Comito and His Secret to Longevity

July 06, 2017 ·  
Over 75 years ago, Bernard Comito found himself thrust into one of the most devastating days in American history. Only 17 years old, Bernie Comito had just enlisted in the US Navy, knowing of the growing tension between the United States and Japan, but unaware of what those rising tensions would eventually lead to. Like […]
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The Scars of War

July 03, 2017 ·  
War is a devastating force that changes everything it touches. It’s not just the people involved who are affected by it; the actual landscape of the world can suffer under the destruction wrought by military forces locked in explosive battle. As World War II made its way around the globe, it left in its wake […]
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The Reemerging Story of Ensign John England

June 03, 2017 ·  
The sinking of the USS Oklahoma occurred over 75 years ago and the story has been passed down across multiple generations, but it still has a profound effect on those linked to the over 400 sailors who perished as she sank to the bottom of Pearl Harbor. On December 7th, 1941, the Oklahoma came under fire from Japanese bombers and […]
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Frank Emond - Still Serving After 75 Years

May 26, 2017 ·  
Many of the men and women who survived Pearl Harbor—and World War II in general—never really concluded their service. They may have retired, been honorably discharged, and never worked on a military installation again, but a good number of them went right on serving their country in one way or another. This is the story of one of […]
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Are We Forgetting About Pearl Harbor?

May 16, 2017 ·  
Over 75 years have passed between the day Pearl Harbor was attacked by a Japanese force and today, and there's a real concern that we may slowly be forgetting all that we need to remember about the events of December 7, 1941. Is the weight of the attack slowly drifting away, especially as more and more of the Pearl […]
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Facts About the USS Utah

May 10, 2017 ·  
Though the USS Utah (BB-31) was reclassified and demilitarized into a target ship ten years prior to the Pearl Harbor attack, that didn’t save her from suffering the wrath of the Japanese. In the early minutes of the assault, the Utah was struck by two torpedoes and started flooding. Of her crew of 525, 64 officers […]
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Pearl Harbor’s Medal of Honor Recipients

April 09, 2017 ·  
Many heroes rose to the occasion during the attack on Pearl Harbor, but some were recognized for their heroic efforts to protect their fellow servicemen. For their service, many received America's highest military recognition – the Congressional Medal of Honor. The following sailors and Marines, stationed on Oahu and aboard the ill-fated battleships, are among those who […]
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A Quiet Sunday Morning in December

April 09, 2017 ·  
When discussing the attack on Pearl Harbor, it’s easy to forget that just moments before the first bombs fell at around 0755, the sailors serving aboard the battleships and other vessels moored in the harbor were going about their business as normal. Nothing about that quiet Sunday morning gave any indication of what was to […]
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Howard Linn, USS Nevada Survivor

April 01, 2017 ·  
On December 7th, 1941, the Japanese assaulted Pearl Harbor, killing over 2,400 American sailors, Marines, and civilians. On March 19th, 2017, Howard Linn, a former sailor aboard the USS Nevada joined his fellow former shipmates wherever it is that heroes of war go after they die. Howard Linn was 95 years old when he passed […]
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The Fate of the USS Arizona Band

March 29, 2017 ·  
On December 7th, 1941, on the coast of Oahu, those stationed at the naval installation of Pearl Harbor were unaware that they would soon become a part of history. Just before 8 AM, their lives were changed forever and many of them became forever engraved in America’s history. Among the 1,177 sailors who perished aboard the USS […]
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