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The Radar Warning That Went Unheeded

March 10, 2017 ·  
Early on the morning of December 7, 1941, George E. Elliott, Jr. was manning new radar equipment, a state-of-the-art SCR-270, on the northern tip of Oahu alongside fellow serviceman Joseph Lockard. A few hours later,  the tragic events of that day started to unfold. Would things have turned out differently had a radar warning they […]
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Pearl Harbor Artifacts

March 03, 2017 ·  
Relics of events long since past are found all over the world, reminders of conflicts that left their mark on the lands they were fought across. Considering how relatively recent the attack on Pearl Harbor was, it’s not unfathomable to think there are still hidden treasures and artifacts waiting to be salvaged from their graves […]
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Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto Quotes

October 12, 2015 · Randy Miller
The most famous Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto Quote about the sleeping giant may not even have been said by him. "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve." This quote can be heard in the films Tora! Tora! Tora! and Pearl Harbor.  However, there is some doubt […]
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Why Japan Attacked Pearl Harbor

August 27, 2015 · Jason Alghussein
Japan attacked Pearl Harbor for a few reasons. The reason for the attack and the goal of the attack are not the same. The Reason Japan Attacked Pearl Harbor Japan had seen successes in previous years by attacking  and colonizing Korea, and defeating Russia, and China. With goals of expansion in Asia and the Pacific, Japan […]
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4 Things You Didn't know about Pearl Harbor

November 04, 2014 · Randy Miller
Americans generally know about Pearl Harbor. That is why it is the most popular site to visit in Hawaii. How much each person knows about Pearl Harbor varies greatly though. Most people know that the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. For the majority of people, that is the extent of their understanding of […]
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Kido Butai - Japanese Carrier-Centered Mobile Force

April 18, 2013 · Randy Miller
Kido Butai is the name of the Japanese strike force that attacked Pearl Harbor. The name Kido Butai literally means "mobile force". The naval feat of sending Kido Butai undetected across the Pacific to within 230 miles of Oahu is an incredible story. The concept of employing Kido Butai to preemptively attack the US Pacific […]
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Battleship USS Missouri

April 26, 2010 · Randy Miller
The USS Missouri is perhaps the most famous Battleship ever built, she is 887 feet long and displaces 45,000 tons. She has traveled around the world and served her nation for decades. She is the “Mighty Mo.” The story of the USS Missouri begins before World War II in 1940. She was built over the next […]
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