Pearl Harbor

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a harbor on Oahu to the west of Honolulu

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The overlapping training intervals created a waterfall effect for the integration of qualified bodies into NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor operations.
Few survivors who experienced Pearl Harbor are still alive today, with the ones who were around at the time of the bombing being in their late 90s.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day wasn't included because it's not a holiday," she said, adding that Memorial Day and Veterans Day were included.
And although their numbers are dwindling - a person legally old enough to enlist in the military immediately after Pearl Harbor would be at least 85 years old now - it's still not difficult to find people who were on the spot during the attack and its aftermath.
Pearl Harbor was just waking up early on the morning of Dec.
West Point to Pearl Harbor is a unique addition to the many books written about this historical event.
We're making an effort to collect and share the personal stories of the survivors," said Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund Board Member George Sullivan.
A Date Which Will Live: Pearl Harbor in American Memory, by Emily S.
Below, Peleliu (LHA 5) transits the channel into Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on 29 August.
The Japanese knew little of American psychology when they staged that attack because, by so doing, they gave America its slogan for the war, "Remember Pearl Harbor," which will take its place with the slogans such as "Remember the Alamo" and "On to Berlin.
WHEN IMAGES OF the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were first broadcast, American journalists almost immediately invoked the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.