The USS West Virginia Memory Project is an interdisciplinary visual art and design initiative that connects U.S. and Japanese veterans of World War II and reminds people of the crossroads between a local sense of place and a global understanding of that place in the world. Continue reading The USS West Virginia Memory Project
A special celebration was held at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Continue reading Pearl Harbor Survivor Herb Weatherwax Celebrates 99 Years
The National Park Service (NPS) is partnering with the Concrete Preservation Institute (CPI), a nonprofit educational foundation comprised of industry leaders in concrete preservation, on a five-year mooring quay restoration project beginning this year. Continue reading 5-Year Mooring Quay Restoration Project to Begin
Calling all creative high school and college students!
World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument and Pacific Historic Parks are looking for submissions for a video contest called “Acts of Valor.” We want to hear the untold stories of your friends and family members and how they experienced the Pacific War. Continue reading Acts of Valor Video Contest
Lee Cobb, as he preferred to be called, lived a full and comprehensive life during those 84 years, a life filled with achievements and service. Continue reading Dwight LeRoy Cobb (1932-2016)