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Natale Torti of St. Louis was 19 when he was killed at Pearl Harbor. DNA testing brought him home decades later. [Read More]
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Remains of a Mid-Michigan man killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified. [Read More]
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Hawaii Air National Guard F-22 Raptors from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam were at the Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keahole training this weekend. [Read More]
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USS Oklahoma - The Final Story videos on demand. Stream full episodes online. [Read More]
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Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck were married for 10 years and had three children before eventually filing for divorce in 2017. From the moment they met in 2000 to their official divorce in 2018, below is a complete timeline of the duo's relationship. Summer 2000: Affleck and Garner met on the set of "Pearl Harbor." In the summer of 2000, Affleck and Garner met while filming the movie "Pearl Harbor." Summer 2002: Affleck and Garner were reunited on the set of "Daredevil." Two summers later, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner found... [Read More]
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In December 1941, Japanese armed forces launched a massive offensive, attacking targets as far East as Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and as far West as Burma. This lesson plan will focus on the overall strategies pursued by the Japanese and the Allies in the initial months of World War II in Asia and the Pacific. [Read More]
The body of one of two World War II servicemen from Nebraska recently identified through DNA matching belonged to a sailor from Tribland who was killed in the Japanese attack... [Read More]
Monday is Oct. 15 — the opening day of Part D open enrollment. This period will continue through Dec. 7, which also is Pearl Harbor Day. The symbolism is obvious. [Read More]
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A Tennessee sailor who was killed during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor finally returned home Friday to be laid to rest. [Read More]
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JEFFERSON BARRACKS NATIONAL CEMETERY, Mo. – A St. Louis man was finally laid to rest in his native soil decades after he died at Pearl Harbor. Natale Torti was a young man when he was assigned to the USS Oklahoma during World War II. He never got to see his home again. But thanks to modern technology and the US Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, his family has found closure. In December 1941, Torti was a Seaman First Class... [Read More]
Remains of a sailor killed during World War II are being returned home to Tennessee for burial. [Read More]
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While Americans cursed the dastardly Japanese military for their world-changing act of aggression, a haunting question arose: Was the Pearl Harbor attack really a surprise, or did our government know it was coming? [Read More]
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It was early morning on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941 — just another day in paradise on the beautiful island of Oahu in Hawaii. And then the world changed forever when Japanese war planes roared out of the clouds to drop torpedoes and bombs on the U.S. Navy base in Pearl Harbor. [Read More]
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The politics of division won't work to fight a threat like global warming. [Read More]
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A Tennessee sailor who was killed during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor will finally be laid to rest. Read more:... [Read More]
75 years is a long time to be away from home. On Wednesday morning, a fallen military hero got his just rewards and was laid to rest nearly eight decades after leaving home for the U.S. Navy. The long trip home began with a ride in style, more than seven decades after the journey began. On Wednesday morning, U.S. Navy Seaman Harold Head finally returned to his hometown, Laclede, Missouri, on what would have been his 97th birthday. [Read More]
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Devastated by his divorce and stunned by the attack on Pearl Harbor, auto mechanic Harry Carlsen climbed into his car and headed west to Los Angeles, where he enlisted in the Marines. Less than two years after the attack on Dec. 7, 1941, Tech. Sgt. Harry "Bud" Carlsen, 31, a native of suburban... [Read More]
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More than 3,500 people were killed or wounded and 21 ships were sunk or damaged during the Pearl Harbor attack. Everett Hyland was seriously wounded, but survived, and has returned to the site where... [Read More]
Nearly 77 years after repeated torpedo strikes tore into the USS Oklahoma, killing hundreds of sailors and Marines, Carrie Brown leaned over the remains of a serviceman laid out on a table in her lab and was surprised the bones still smelled of burning oil from that horrific day at Pearl Harbor. [Read More]
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Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam declared a day of mourning and ordered flags at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Friday, Oct. 12 in honor of Campbell's service and sacrifice. [Read More]
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