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Beyond Pearl Harbor - Other Sights on Tour

September 20, 2019 ·  
All Pearl Harbor tours include the USS Arizona Memorial program, and many add in some or all of the other attractions there. But what about after you've seen the Pearl Harbor sites included in your tour? Is there more to see on the return to Waikiki? Actually, there are four unique and fascinating sights beyond […]
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Do Any Pearl Harbor Tours Visit Iolani Palace?

June 07, 2019 ·  
There is so much history on the island of Oahu and in many instances, you’ll be able to explore much of it when you embark on a tour of Pearl Harbor. The naval base, which was the site of the December 7, 1941 attack that drew the United States into World War II, is loaded […]
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Pearl Harbor Survivor Alvin Mays Dies at 96

October 12, 2018 ·  
More than 76 years ago, the United States suffered the loss of more than 2,400 lives on the devastating morning of December 7, 1941. From the Pearl Harbor attack there emerged people who would go on to become pillars of their communities and well-known figures. One such man was Alvin Mays. For many years, the […]
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The Story of Haleiwa Fighter Strip

June 05, 2018 ·  
Prior to the outbreak of war in the Pacific, Haleiwa Fighter Strip on Oahu's North Shore seemed like more of an afterthought than an actual military installation. It served as an emergency landing field, but the strip was unpaved and potentially unfit for most incoming aircraft. As an auxiliary to Wheeler Field at the center […]
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Other Targets: Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay

June 02, 2018 ·  
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 primary focus of the assault,  but to guarantee victory, the Imperial Japanese Navy targeted multiple points across the island of Oahu. Among them, an installation […]
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Other Targets: Schofield Barracks

May 24, 2018 ·  
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 Row. In order to achieve this aim, they also needed to neutralize any potential American counterattack. That meant taking out the airfields scattered across Oahu. […]
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The Courts of the Missing

May 12, 2018 ·  
Most people take comfort in being able to visit the graves of their departed loved ones, or at least to know where their remains end up. But after the tragedy of Pearl Harbor and the four-year war in the Pacific, as well as other conflicts that came after, thousands of families still don't have the […]
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