Military history

With time on their hands due to the pandemic and with the help of funding, mentorship and guidance through the Dragon Kim Foundation’s seven-month fellowship for California high schoolers, Hina and Kana Kojima spent the last few months interviewing Omori and five other prison camp survivors in person or over Zoom.

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German submarines brought the fight to Florida during WWII

For nearly a year, Nazi U-boat submarines patrolled the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean seeking to kill Americans, disrupt merchant shipping and strike fear in the hearts of U.S. citizens.

'Extremely unstable' WWI-era explosives found on Cape Cod detonated by Navy, state police bomb squad

WBZ reported that the resident who found the explosives was digging on his property as part of a driveway expansion project.

Public is close to getting 'freedom's view' from historic tower at Pearl Harbor

The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is ever so close to a crowning achievement: offering public access for the first time to the top of the international orange-and-white-striped historic control tower overlooking Ford Island and Pearl Harbor for what museum officials call “freedom’s view.”

Ceremony honors victims, survivors of 1950 troop train crash that killed 33

Seventy years after a horrific train crash in Ohio claimed the lives of 33 members of Wilkes-Barre’s 109th Field Artillery, a group of soldiers and veterans brought the past, present and future together at a memorial service in Pennsylvania.

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