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Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Curator Passes Away

March 20, 2019 · Jason Alghussein
Arising from the devastation of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, there grew a sense of community around those involved in the deadly assault. In the aftermath of World War II, that community grew even larger, to encompass many others who recognized the importance of memorializing and remembering the history of that day. […]
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Pearl Harbor Sites Get a New Name

March 15, 2019 ·  
Since 2008, many of the Pearl Harbor memorials and exhibits have been administered by the US National Park Service under the blanket of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Then-President George W. Bush issued an executive order, creating a new monument that encompassed multiple sites across three states. In addition to […]
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Pearl Harbor Survivor "Uncle Al" Rodrigues Dies at 99

February 27, 2019 · Jason Alghussein
Kauai native Alfred B. Rodrigues, Sr., known to everyone he met as "Uncle Al," passed away on February 24, 2019. The 99-year-old World War II veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor was a husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather who was always eager to share his story, ensuring it would continue to be passed down even after […]
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Hawaiian Oysters Return to Pearl Harbor

February 19, 2019 ·  
Scientists at the University of Hawaii–Manoa, the United States Navy, and Oahu Waterkeeper have joined forces in an effort to clean up Pearl Harbor. Not the memorials and exhibits that thousands of people visit daily, preserving the memory of December 7, 1941, but the waters ton which the naval base sits. Keeping the waters of […]
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Royal Hawaiian Band Kicks Off 2018 Commemorations

November 02, 2018 ·  
When the end of the year rolls around, many people become engrossed in the holiday season. At Pearl Harbor, however, there is an event that draws even more attention, one that is deeply rooted in American history. Every year on December 7, thousands of people have gathered to honor and remember those who lost their […]
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Studying the Effects of the Black Tears of USS Arizona

October 03, 2018 ·  
Since the morning of December 7, 1941, they’ve been slowly leaking from the cracked hull of USS Arizona (BB-39), rising to create pools that float on the surface of Pearl Harbor. From the USS Arizona Memorial, visitors can see the so-called Black Tears of USS Arizona and view them as symbolism for the ship's sorrow […]
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Another Honor for Pearl Harbor Hero Joe George

September 20, 2018 ·  
On December 7, 2017, Joe George, a man best known for his heroics during the Pearl Harbor attack that saved several sailors trapped on the USS Arizona (BB-39), was posthumously awarded a Bronze Star Medal for Valor. It was an award that was a long-time coming, hindered by the fact that George had disobeyed a […]
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Pearl Harbor Survivor James Bilotta Passes Away at 98

September 15, 2018 ·  
Many of the men who survived the tragic events of December 7, 1941 would spend their lives recounting the trials of not just that day, but the War in the Pacific that followed. In early September, 2018, America lost one of those men with the passing of 98-year-old James Bilotta. The Derry, NH resident was […]
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USS Oklahoma Sailor George C. Ford Identified

August 06, 2018 ·  
The weight of the Pearl Harbor attack is still heavy for some families, such as the relatives of Fireman 2nd Class George C. Ford. Although the attack unfolded more than 76 years ago, some families were never able to have the closure that comes with burying their loved ones killed on the morning of December […]
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Dredging Up—and Blowing Up—Pearl Harbor's Past

July 30, 2018 ·  
Remnants from the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor are still being uncovered, despite the passage of 77 years since it unfolded. Recently, new discoveries have been made at the heart of where the attack took place, in the waters surrounding the wrecks of the battleship USS Arizona (BB-39) and battleship-turned-target-ship USS Utah (BB-31/AG-16). […]
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