Pearl Harbor

<em>The blackened canteen has become a symbol of peace among former enemies, and it represents hope for a future of peaceful understanding between peoples.</em>
                                Courtesy Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Healing the wounds of war: A lesson for us all

By KATHY SOLE | Columnist On April 11, 1945, five months before the end of World War II, a wartime action and subsequent act of… Continue reading

 

After 23 years, ‘Taps’ sounds for NUWC Keyport’s Pearl Harbor, POW/MIA Day commemorations

KEYPORT — After almost a quarter century, Naval Undersea Warfare Center-Keyport is sounding “Taps” for its POW/MIA and Pearl Harbor commemorations. Last year, only two… Continue reading