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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
Pearl Harbor tours are planned out with predetermined itineraries based on each site's location rather than a historical timeline. If you consider the Pearl Harbor sites in chronological order, each... Read More
You've booked your flights to Hawaii. Got a great deal on a hotel. Now it's time to plan your activities while you're here. Whether it's your first time to the... Read More
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
Any discussion of the attack on Pearl Harbor includes references to something called “Battleship Row.” In your mind, you may be picturing a row of battleships lined up within the... Read More
When you travel to Oahu, you’re very close to three important historic sites, all housed within the confines of Pearl Harbor. While their connection to the December 7th, 1941 attack... Read More
When you visit the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, you’ll be able to walk within and aboard the Battleship Missouri (BB-63), affectionately known as the “Mighty Mo.”... Read More
The USS Missouri nicknamed “Mighty Mo” had a long and illustrious career of duty. She was a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship, ordered in June of 1940, a year and... Read More
When people talk about visiting Pearl Harbor, they usually are referring to the Arizona Memorial. There are many other sights to see at Pearl Harbor. The USS Missouri is second... Read More
Nicknamed the “Mighty Mo”, the USS Missouri is perhaps the world’s most famous battleship. She is the biggest and one of the last to retire. She is best known as... Read More
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