Today marks the 74th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor that took place December 7th, 1941. We are honored to pay tribute to all those who died fulfilling their vows to protect. We thank all the servicemen, servicewomen, and others who were there that day, and those still there today.
“February 5th, 2015 – The guided-missile destroyer USS Halsey (DDG 97) prepares to moor at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam following a seven-month deployment. Halsey and its crew of nearly 280 Sailors conducted various theater security operations and goodwill activities with partner nations. Halsey also participated in cooperation afloat readiness and training, building partnerships to increase stability in the Indo-Asia Pacific region, and provided as an escort to both Carl Vinson and George Washington Strike Groups during Valiant Shield and Keen Sword exercises. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Johans Chavarro/Released)”
Following Hawaiian tradition, Sailors honor men killed during the 7 December 1941 Japanese attack on Naval Air Station Kaneohe, Oahu. read more
On Memorial Day weekend, we salute the men and women of the US Military, many of whom are based out of, or from, Hawaii. read more
U.S. Navy sailors manning the rails aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan render honors to the USS Arizona memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Nov. 17, 2008 read more
The Forth of July is celebrated by many in Hawaii, particularly those parts with a strong military presence. In this file photo from the US Navy, sailors honor fallen mates with a salute as they cruise near the USS Arizona Memorial. read more
Lest we forget, this picture shows Pearl Harbor on the island of Oahu under attack on December 7th, 1941. It is important to remember the real lives affected to this day by the events of that one. read more
Surrounded by flower leis and a few yards from the remains of the USS Arizona, this marble wall filled with sailors lost to war is powerful. read more