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Atomic Bomb Exhibit Comes to Pearl Harbor

By: Mark Loproto

After a grueling period of conflict and bloody battles, the United States made the difficult decision to drop two atomic bombs on Japan. The devastation caused by the bombings of... Read More

USS Arizona Memorial Reopens to Visitors

By: Mark Loproto

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... Read More

Restoring the Battleship Row Mooring Quays

By: Mark Loproto

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... Read More

Royal Hawaiian Band Kicks Off 2018 Commemorations

By: Mark Loproto

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... Read More

Mapping the Depths of Pearl Harbor

By: Mark Loproto

What’s the best method of exploring the waters of Pearl Harbor to see what may lie below the surface? A research submersible is an option, but the manpower and hours... Read More

4th of July Fireworks over Honolulu

By: Mark Loproto

People in Hawaii are known for their love of fireworks. Any holiday is an excuse for a good pyrotechnic show. In fact,  the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki puts on... Read More

Bridge Named in Honor of Donald Stratton

By: Mark Loproto

More than 76 years have passed since the attack on Pearl Harbor and we are still finding new and inventive ways to recognize and honor the brave men who survived... Read More

USS Bowfin – 75 Years, 9 Million Visitors Later

By: Mark Loproto

In late April, 2018, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park welcomed its nine millionth visitor, a milestone that proves the world hasn't forgotten the December 7, 1941 attack on... Read More

Navy Chaplain Awarded Silver Star

By: Mark Loproto

The attack on Pearl Harbor produced heroes of all kinds, and not all of them were fighting men. In a ceremony coinciding with the 76th anniversary of the attack, naval... Read More

Getting to Know the Late “Uncle Herb” Weatherwax

By: Steve Fagaly

Herb Weatherwax was born on June 3rd, 1917. Almost 24 years later, the native Hawaiian was drafted into the Army and found himself stationed at Schofield Barracks in Wahiawa. The... Read More

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 74th Anniversary

By: Daniel Garcia

Are you interested in visiting Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 2015 for the Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 74th Anniversary? We have the details below. Tours to Pearl Harbor are not... Read More

Pearl Harbor Survivor Back to Hawaii for Dec. 7th Ceremony!

By: Bruce D.

UPDATE (11/18/2015): Thank you to everyone who supported the efforts to bring John Seelie, an incredible Pearl Harbor Survivor back to Hawaii for the 74th Anniversary. He has received all... Read More

100 Year Old Pearl Harbor Survivor Wayne Shelnutt

By: Bruce Danforth

Check out this excellent article by Pete Mecca of the Rockdale News about Pearl Harbor Survivor Wayne Shelnutt. His account of the attack is quite fascinating. He served aboard the... Read More

Will Lehner USS Ward Pearl Harbor Survivor Honored

By: Bruce D.

Pearl Harbor Survivor Will Lehner of the destroyer, USS Ward, was honored at Wisconsin State War Memorial.  The honor included a stone placed in remembrance of Lehner's service at Pearl Harbor... Read More

Pearl Harbor July

By: Bruce D.

It is always a good time of year to visit Pearl Harbor. The best way to schedule your visit is to look at the important dates in our Pearl Harbor July calendar.... Read More

Battleship USS Arizona's 100th Birthday

By: Bruce D.

100 years ago today, the Battleship USS Arizona (BB-39) was launched at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. It was the world's largest battleship, a super-dreadnaught. Arizona cost $15 Million. She waited until... Read More

USS Arizona Memorial Rated #5 Landmarks – US

By: Bruce D.

The same week that the USS Arizona Memorial had to close because of damage to its dock, TripAdvisor released the Traveler's Choice awards for 2015.  The USS Arizona Memorial ranked... Read More

10 Recommended Pearl Harbor Books

By: Bruce Danforth

There are hundreds of books about Pearl Harbor, ranging from children's books to in-depth historical analyses. Some cover the attack itself and others delve into a political analysis of the Pearl Harbor... Read More

USS Arizona Memorial Shuttle Boats

By: J. Owen

The USS Arizona Memorial is a monument built over the sunken battleship USS Arizona. The only way to get there is on the US Navy-operated USS Arizona Memorial shuttle boats.... Read More

Pearl Harbor Memorials Facebook Page

By: J. Owen

Are you on facebook? Do you love Pearl Harbor? Perfect. Join our Pearl Harbor Memorials facebook page where we share Pearl Harbor Photos, updates, and stories from Pearl Harbor Survivors. We... Read More

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