Veterans from Pearl Harbor observed the 70th anniversary of the attack Wednesday with a solemn ceremony at the site of the Japanese bombing, as an aging and
Japan's foreign minister says he feels "deep emotion" about the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Dec. 7, 1941, bombing of Pearl Harbor and those who lost their lives that day are being remembered Wednesday on the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack
Dec. 7, 2011 marks the 70th anniversary of the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Frank Chebetar is one of two dozen Pearl Harbor survivors living in
Photos from the day Roosevelt depicted as "a date which will live in infamy."
Four survivors of the raid will be featured at a National World War II Museum symposium Wednesday through Friday focusing on the early months of American
Clarence Pfundheller ran up to the deck that Sunday morning to man a five-inch anti-aircraft gun. Seventy years later, he remembers struggling to shoot
Thousands of Japanese-Americans who fought in the fiercest battles of World War II and became some of the most decorated soldiers in the nation's history were
Forensic scientists are conducting tests on a skull unearthed at the bottom of Pearl Harbor to determine if it is a Japanese pilot who died in the historic
Ed Chlapowski, the man who notified the world that Pearl Harbor was being bombed by the Japanese, has died at 88.
Aging Pearl Harbor survivors on Tuesday heard reassurances their sacrifice would be remembered and passed on to future generations as they gathered to mark the
Military and civilian officials honored the memory of the Pearl Harbor attack at a ceremony in Virginia Beach.
Sixty-nine years after Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor, survivors of the attack have gathered at the base to remember those killed.
Like many other vets, Don Fosburg marked the anniversary of World War II's end reflecting on a victory dearly earned and on men who helped make that happen but
The military is opening a $48 million high-tech facility in Pearl Harbor it expects to use for exercises, training and battle simulations.
Dozens of survivors of Pearl Harbor on Monday solemnly remembered those who died in the Japanese aerial assault 68 years ago as a top Navy commander said their