December 7, 2016, will mark the 75th Pearl Harbour anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour. Looking back on that day, consider what Pearl Harbour meant at the time that it happened as well as the legacy built over the last 75 years. “Yesterday, December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy
Every once in a while a submarine movie comes out and people travel in droves to the USS Bowfin Submarine to see what life was like for the sailors who lived in a real submarine during wartime. The USS Bowfin was nicknamed “Pearl Harbour Avenger” because she was dedicated one year after the Pearl Harbour Attack.
Every year, the museums of Pearl Harbour get better and better. More exhibits arrive and there is more to see. If you want to learn the history of the “Date that will live in infamy,” visiting is the best way to do so. These museums should not be missed. USS Arizona Memorial The Arizona Memorial is
Nicknamed the “Mighty Mo”, the USS Missouri is perhaps the world’s most famous battleship. She is the biggest and one of the last to retire. She is best known as the site of the Japanese surrender ending World War II. However, a younger generation might be more familiar with her acting roles in the movie
The Pacific Aviation Museum is located in converted aircraft hangars at Luke field on Ford Island in the middle of Pearl Harbour. It grows in exhibits and popularity each year and is certainly worth a visit. It has been rated one of the top 10 aviation museums on TripAdvisor. One of the most iconic sights