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Pearl Harbor Hosts Gala Midway Movie Screening

October 13, 2019 ·  
It was the turning point of the War in the Pacific for the United States Navy, following the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In late 2019, the Battle of Midway is being commemorated in a lavish Hollywood production directed by Roland Emmerich. Special guests will get a sneak peek of the new […]
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Last Chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association Disbands

September 25, 2019 ·  
The last chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association held its final meeting in September, 2019, marking the official end of the historic association. Carnation Chapter 3 in La Mesa, CA hosted its last meeting after the passing of Navy Capt. Jack Evans left the organization without a vice president. The chapter’s president, Stuart Hedley, […]
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USS Arizona Survivor Lauren Bruner Dies at 98

September 14, 2019 · Jason Alghussein
More than 75 years ago, thousands of men—some of them still in their teens—put their lives on the line when the Imperial Japanese Navy launched its attack on Pearl Harbor. Among them was Lauren Bruner, who was serving aboard USS Arizona (BB-39) when the mighty battleship exploded and sank after being hit by armor-piercing bombs. […]
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Visitors Return to the USS Arizona Memorial

August 30, 2019 ·  
After a period of repairs that lasted 15 months, visitors to Pearl Harbor will finally be able to return to the USS Arizona Memorial, beginning on September 1, 2019. The serene white structure anchored above the wreckage of the sunken battleship USS Arizona (BB-39) is an integral part of the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. Access […]
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USS Arizona Memorial Reopens to Visitors

August 30, 2019 ·  
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 the beautiful and newly renovated structure in Pearl Harbor. Discovery of Damage On May 6, 2018, the USS Arizona Memorial was shut down after personnel […]
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Fallen USS Oklahoma Twins Identified

August 13, 2019 ·  
On August 10, 2019, a pair of twin brothers who served and died aboard USS Oklahoma (BB-37) were laid to rest with military honors. The services were held, one after the other, to honor two fallen heroes of the Pearl Harbor attack whose remains had rested in mass graves for years after the war ended. USS […]
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USS Arizona Survivor Lonnie Cook Dies at 98

August 05, 2019 ·  
On July 31, 2019, the United States lost one of the few remaining survivors of the December 7, 1941 attack on USS Arizona (BB-39). Lonnie Cook, a native of Morris, OK, was 98 years old. Lonnie Cook at Pearl Harbor At the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, Lonnie Cook was serving aboard USS Arizona […]
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Wounded Veterans Dive In at Pearl Harbor

May 14, 2019 ·  
Formed through a partnership of the Pacific Historic Parks and the National Park Service, the Wounded Veterans in Parks program is all about the heroic individuals for whom it provides a unique opportunity. Wounded Veterans in Parks is an innovative means of giving wounded United States military veterans an opportunity to once again serve their […]
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Restoring the Battleship Row Mooring Quays

April 11, 2019 ·  
When the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument was created in 2008, it included an often overlooked, albeit hard to miss, piece of Pearl Harbor history. Located along the southeast side of Ford Island in what was known as Battleship Row sit three concrete structures known as mooring quays. Designated as Mooring […]
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Pearl Harbor Welcomes USS Zumwalt

April 08, 2019 ·  
More than 77 years ago, the American naval base at Pearl Harbor was the site of a devastating surprise attack that launched the United States into World War II. In the years since, parts of Pearl Harbor have been dedicated as a national memorial while the rest has remained an active naval base. Pearl Harbor […]
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