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Pearl Harbor is one of the most important moments in United States history. We strive to keep you informed of Pearl Harbor news, historical facts and details, and stories from survivors, the memorials, and more.
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History of the USS Missouri

September 02, 2012 · Randy Miller
One of the most famous warships of the US Navy, also known as “Mighty Mo” has left her mark in military and national history of the United States in the 20th century.From grandiose construction through participation in the battles of World War II and the signing of the Japanese surrender, to significant roles in blockbuster movies, […]
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Pearl Harbor Myths and Facts

August 29, 2012 · Randy Miller
Even generations after the attack on Pearl Harbor there are things we do not know. The are also things that we think we know. Some of those ideas are Pearl Harbor myths that have endured decades, but are simply wrong. Some are conspiracy theories and others are simply misunderstandings.  We will help you to differentiate what […]
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Pearl Harbor Battleships

July 28, 2012 · Randy Miller
The battleships were the primary targets for during that Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Had the aircraft carriers been in Hawai‘i on December 7th, 1941, they would have been the primary target. However, none of the three US Pacific Fleet carriers were at Pearl on the “Day of Infamy". As a result, the Pearl Harbor […]
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USS Missouri Tours - Visit the Mighty Mo

July 20, 2012 · Randy Miller
Known at the "Mighty Mo," the Battleship Missouri is the most famous battleship in U.S. history. Experience the greatness of this ship on a USS Missouri Tour. Your expert tour guide will lead you through the ship and share her stories. You can take a photo by her massive guns as you overlook the USS Arizona […]
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History of Oahu

July 05, 2012 · Randy Miller
To most people the attack on Pearl Harbor was the most important event in the History of Oahu.  However, there have been numerous important events in the history of Oahu. Captain Cook's Rediscovery of the Hawaiian Islands In 1778 Captain cook sailed right past Oahu. He did not land on the island of Oahu, but […]
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Pearl Harbor Shipyard

June 07, 2012 · Randy Miller
The US Pacific Fleet is lucky that the Japanese strategy in attacking Oahu did not include destroying the Pearl Harbor Shipyard, located at the southern area of the harbor. Many of the ships that were damaged during the Pearl Harbor attack were repaired in the Naval Shipyard. In fact over 7000 ships were repaired during WWII […]
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Risk Free Reservations for Pearl Harbor

May 28, 2012 · Randy Miller
Some visitors to Hawaii make the mistake of not booking their tours and activities in advance. If you wait until you arrive you might not be able to get Pearl Harbor Tickets. Now, we take the risk out of booking tickets in advance with our Risk Free Reservations for Pearl Harbor. You can book confidently […]
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Pearl Harbor Combo Tours

April 27, 2012 · Randy Miller
The Island of Oahu has so much to see and do. Take advantage of your time in Hawaii and enjoy a day exploring and discovering. If you have limited time, Pearl Harbor combo tours are the best way to see as much as you can in a single day. The most popular destinations on Oahu […]
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The History of Pearl Harbor Before the Attack

April 20, 2012 · Randy Miller
Polynesians have inhabited the Hawaiian Islands for centuries. Hawaii was discovered relatively late by Europeans. The first visit by westerners to the islands was in 1778 when the British Captain James Cook arrived. The English ship Butterworth, under Captain William Brown, entered Honolulu Harbor in 1793. Captain Cook passed it on his famous voyage in […]
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USS Utah at Pearl Harbor

March 29, 2012 · Randy Miller
She was not even a full fledged battleship on December 7th, 1941, but that did not stop the Japanese pilots from targeting the USS Utah at Pearl Harbor. Fifty-eight men where killed on the USS Utah during the attack and they couldn't even fight back because by 1941 the Utah was demilitarized. USS Utah was a […]
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