Naval History Magazine - August 2001 Vol. 15 Number 4

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The movie Pearl Harbor does get a few things right. The Japanese did bomb Hawaii on Sunday morning, 7 December 1941. It does depict the aircraft carrier Akagi, the Japanese...

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'Trying to Defend the Planet'

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Pearl Harbor: Bombed Again

The movie Pearl Harbor does get a few things right. The Japanese did bomb Hawaii on Sunday morning, 7 December 1941. It does depict the...

Pearl Harbor's Forgotten Ship

The Arizona (BB-39) Memorial is the most-visited World War II site in the Pacific. On the opposite side of Pearl...

'I Was Alone in Enemy Territory'

When then-Commander MacPherson Williams took off from the Yorktown in December 1944, he did not know that his flight...

The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 6: True Colors

Gaunt and grizzled, eyes shining with a crazy glitter, the remaining crew of the Falmouth packet closed in on Abby and Matthew. A sun-browned...


 
 

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