Remembering Pearl Harbor News
History-making female Marine laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery
The first female Marine to retire from the U.S. Marine Corps was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on Tuesday. Catherine G. Murray, who passed away last month at the age of 100, enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves in 1943 after hearing President Franklin D. Roosevelt announce the Pearl
'Primal fear' as people across Hawaii get false alarm of imminent missile attack
John Aaron and his wife woke up on their honeymoon in Hawaii this morning to a startling alert: A ballistic missile attack was imminent. The emergency alert was blasted over the hotel's public address system and sent to people's mobile phones across Hawaii just after 8 a.m. local time. The message
Family hides out in WWII-era bomb shelter
Paraluman Stice-Durkin, whose home has a bomb shelter that was built after the attack on Pearl Harbor, bundled her children and the family dog into the underground bunker.
The Note: In #MeToo moment, as political titans fall, will Congress ponder the pace and process?
The TAKE with Rick Klein It may seem slow compared to the speed with which titans have fallen in other fields. But pause to reflect – if you’re not already dizzy – not just at the pace but at the process , as three prominent members of Congress were forced out of their jobs this week – brought down
Veteran sings 'Remember Pearl Harbor' amid Trump's remarks on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
At the White House's National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day event, a veteran bursts into song during President Trump's remarks.
Researchers share never-before-seen images of USS Ward
Seventy-six years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, researchers are sharing rare underwater images of the USS Ward -- the U.S. Navy destroyer that fired the first American shots in World War II. The Ward has rested on the ocean floor near Ponson Island in the Philippines since it came under attack
President Trump lays wreath at USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor
President Donald Trump this weekend kicks off his inaugural visit to Asia, but he first stopped in Hawaii on Friday to visit the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor and to receive a briefing from U.S. Pacific Command. The president and first lady Melania Trump participated in a wreath laying
McCain slams 'half-baked, spurious nationalism' sweeping US in passionate speech
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., slammed "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in an impassioned speech while accepting the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia this evening.
USS Arizona survivors welcomed to Washington 75 years after Pearl Harbor attack
Hundreds of service members lined the halls of the Pentagon on Friday to welcome three of the five remaining survivors from the USS Arizona , 75 years after their ship was attacked by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor. Lauren Bruner (Fire Controlman), Donald Stratton (Seaman First Class), and Ken Potts
Pearl Harbor survivor interred with fallen shipmates aboard sunken USS Arizona
A veteran who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor and died last year at age 94 has been reunited with his fallen shipmates on the sunken ship.