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What it was really like to be attacked at Pearl Harbor, according to survivors
"We took off, I had the rear turret gun. I remember how scared I was."
‘Pearl Harbor’ is actually a good movie and all you critics are just haters
Hating 'Pearl Harbor' is not a personality trait.
He spent three years as a POW during WWII. Now he’s finally being recognized for his heroism
"He truly represents members of the greatest generation, who did so much but asked so little from their country."
Incredible photos show present-day Pearl Harbor compared with the day of the attack
On December 7, 1941, the U.S. naval fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor suffered a devastating attack from the air and sea
The Navy still has no idea why a sailor committed a mass shooting at Pearl Harbor
Navy investigators failed to uncover the reason submarine sailor Gabriel A. Romero suddenly and without warning opened fire while on duty at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard last Dec. 4, killing two civilian employees and wounding a third before turning his M9 pistol on himself
Pearl Harbor survivor remembers victory in World War II as 75th anniversary of VJ Day nears
“The people were glad that it was over. They wanted peace. They wanted normal life.”
One of the last remaining Pearl Harbor survivors dies
'The Japanese came in at treetop level. They started strafing us. We put the butts of our rifles down on the ground and shot back at them.'
One of the last USS Arizona sailors to survive Pearl Harbor has passed away
Donald Stratton, one of the few remaining members of the USS Arizona who survived the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, has died. He was 97 years old.
Pearl Harbor could get its first new dry dock since World War II
A surge in demand for attack submarines and the lengthening of Virginia-class subs to carry more missiles has the Navy examining building its first new dry dock at Pearl Harbor since World War II or creating a 650-foot floating dry dock to better maintain its Pacific-based undersea fleet.
78 years after Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona and USS Oklahoma will sail again
Navy ships named USS Arizona and USS Oklahoma will return to active duty with the announcement by Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly that two new Virginia-class attack submarines will be named after American heroes of the greatest generation who perished on the famed Pearl Harbor battleships
Army divers used WWII-era gear to inter a Pearl Harbor survivor aboard the sunken USS Arizona
Two Army divers gave a unique World War II sendoff to USS Arizona crew member Lauren Bruner when his ashes were interred on the sunken battleship Saturday, the 78th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack
Pearl Harbor veteran to be interred on his sunken ship
Nearly eight decades after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Lauren Bruner's ashes will be delivered to the sea that cradled his fallen comrades, stored in an urn inside the battleship's wreckage
‘We never would have won World War II if we had this kind of division’ — A Pearl Harbor vet calls on Americans to unite around today’s military
Harry L. Chandler knows he's among the last of a vanishing breed. His fellow members of Massachusetts' Pearl Harbor Attack...
Navy, Pentagon to review base security procedures following 3 deadly incidents in one week
The Navy pledged Friday to find ways to upgrade security procedures and prevent future attacks following two shootings and a fatal gate runner incident at naval bases in Virginia, Hawaii and Florida in the last week
On the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, just 3 survivors of the USS Arizona remain
Meet the last three survivors of the USS Arizona, which was sunk on Dec. 7, 1941
Navy identifies victims of Pearl Harbor shooting
Vincent J. Kapoi and Roldan A. Agustin both worked at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
The sailor behind the Pearl Harbor shooting reportedly came from a troubled submarine
Gabriel Romero, a sailor on the submarine USS Columbia, fatally shot two civilian workers and wounded a third while the Los Angeles-class vessel is in Dry Dock 2 for a two-year overhaul
Sailor kills 2 civilians and himself in Pearl Harbor shooting rampage
A gun-wielding U.S. sailor went on a rampage at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Wednesday, killing two civilian workers and injuring another before shooting and killing himself, officials said
3 injured at Pearl Harbor naval base after active shooter incident
The U.S. Navy base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was placed on lockdown Wednesday after security forces were called to respond...
The remarkable stories behind 5 iconic photos of the Pearl Harbor attack
The Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base in Hawaii killed more than 2,400 American sailors and civilians and wounded 1,000 more
‘You can almost feel it’ — One woman recalls the aftermath of Pearl Harbor
Ruth Itamura, who was six at the time of the attack, has vivid memories of how life in Hawaii changed.
Navy investigation finds no misconduct by submarine sailor shot dead in Hawaii
"A reasonable person cannot assume that engaging the doorknob on the door of an incorrect apartment would lead to death from a gun," the Navy said.
Family never gave up looking for his remains at Pearl Harbor. Now, he’ll get a proper funeral
The remains of Harold Costills, a sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor, were recently identified. Now his family has a chance to lay him to rest and say their goodbyes.
‘Midway’ may be the WWII Navy flick that will help us forget how bad 2001’s ‘Pearl Harbor’ was
With the recently released trailer for "Midway" we might finally get a new World War II Navy movie that doesn't totally suck. But, that's still a very low bar.