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USS Michael Murphy returned to Pearl Harbor after a three-month deployment to the Western Pacific with the Carl Vinson Strike Group. [Read More]
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Until Sunday, April 22, a series of 13 haunting boards will sit on display in the lobby of Straub Hall. "The Architecture of Internment: the Build Up to Wartime Incarceration" exhibit details Oregon's involvement in the Japanese internment camps from 1941 – 1942, following the attacks on Pearl Harbor. President ... [Read More]
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U.S. Army Pacific hosted their annual G-8 Synchronization conference April 4 -5, took place at the Hickam Officer's Club on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, and the Mission Command Facility on Fort Shafter. [Read More]
A memorial has been erected in Lincoln to honor the World War II bravery and sacrifices of aircraft crewmen on the Doolittle Raid. The raid on Tokyo and other targets in Japan bolstered American morale as the nation reeled following the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Wednesday's unveiling... [Read More]
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The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, stunned Americans and plunged our nation into world war. But just four months after Pearl Harbor, America demonstrated its resolve... [Read More]
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On a recent family vacation to Hawaii, Jeff and Joanne Ely of Freedom celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary surrounded by some of their close family. The family flew to Honolulu, and then boarded a cruise ship to sail around the Hawaiian Islands. Their experiences included Pearl Harbor, adventuring the Haleakala Volcano, touring the beautiful Hawaiian Botanical Gardens, Luau Kalamaku at Kilohana Plantation, and of course enjoying the local beaches, shops, cuisine, and authentic Hawaiian drinks. Here, the family reads the anniversary edition of the Arcade Herald before their luau on the island of Kauai. Pictured in front are Justin... [Read More]
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A Pearl Harbor naval vet is dead all because he reportedly attempted to enter the wrong house — just yards from his own – by accident early…... [Read More]
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When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, the crew of an American seaplane were caught off guard near New Zealand. Unable to return across the Pacific, they were forced to fly home "the long way" -- all the way around the world. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow the adventures of the Pacific Clipper on its 30,000-mile journey through a world engulfed in war. We'll also delve into the drug industry and puzzle over a curious case of skin lesions. Show notes Please support us on Patreon! [Read More]
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The Navy on Tuesday identified Chief Petty Officer John Ellsworth Hasselbrink, a submariner who served 22 years at Pearl Harbor, as the man shot and killed in Ewa Beach early Sunday morning after reportedly attempting to enter another residence near his own. [Read More]
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The Navy said today that Chief Petty Officer John Ellsworth Hasselbrink, a submariner who served 22 years at Pearl Harbor, was shot and killed in Ewa Beach early Sunday after attempting to enter a residence. [Read More]
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The Navy said today that Chief Petty Officer John Ellsworth Hasselbrink, a submariner who served 22 years at Pearl Harbor, was shot and killed in Ewa Beach early Sunday after attempting to enter a residence. [Read More]
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