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We are so thankful for our military volunteers who fly flags on the USS Arizona Memorial on major holidays. Continue reading Thank You NIOC Hawaii!
We were happy to share Pearl Harbor in virtual reality with a group of children, ages 11-12, during a recent Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) field trip at World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Continue reading Sharing Pearl Harbor in Virtual Reality
Permanent signs for the new narrated tour were installed in March. Pacific Historic Parks has invested $30,000 for this interpretive program, which focuses on the history, legends, culture, geography, music, plant and animal life at Diamond Head State Monument. Continue reading Audio Tour Signs Installed at Diamond Head
For more than a decade, Aliamanu Elementary School’s student council has raised funds to help restore the Arizona Memorial and the visitor center. Continue reading Thank You, Aliamanu!
We celebrated Uncle Al’s birthday at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center in February. Continue reading Alfred Rodrigues Turns 97
We celebrated Uncle Everett’s birthday at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center in March. Continue reading Everett Hyland Turns 94
In this historic photo, dated July 1941, Walter H. Dillingham donates blood at the newly established Honolulu Blood Plasma Bank, located on the grounds of The Queen’s Hospital. Continue reading One Drop at a Time
To the memory of the gallant men who gave their lives in action on Dec. 7, 1941 Continue reading In Memoriam
Honoring Pearl Harbor Survivors and World War II veterans Continue reading Salute!
On Dec. 7, USS Arizona Survivors John D. Anderson and Clarendon R. Hetrick were solemnly returned to the USS Arizona in a unique double interment ceremony, hosted by the National Park Service and U.S. Navy. Continue reading Pearl Harbor Gram: Double Interment Ceremony
Photos from educational summer activities at War in the Pacific National Monument, American Memorial Park and WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Continue reading Summer at the Park
In the historical narrative of Dec. 7, 1941, a lesser known story is the 49 civilians who lost their lives. Kisa Hatate was one of those civilian casualties. Continue reading Kisa Hatate – Dec. 7, 1941 Civilian Casualty
On June 23, the only three known Pearl Harbor Survivors living in Nebraska met at the Heartland Veterans Memorial at South Park in Central City, Neb., for a reunion — to be honored for their service to their country. Continue reading Nebraska’s Remaining Pearl Harbor Survivors Honored