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The plaintive sound of a traditional Japanese flute floated over the still waters of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial on Friday morning in... [Read More]
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The dwindling sentinels of Pearl Harbor faithfully returned on the 76th anniversary of the surprise Japanese attack Thursday to reminisce and honor fellow warriors from... [Read More]
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This morning's Pearl Harbor observance on the 76th anniversary of the attack marks a return of the ceremony to the back lawn of the USS... [Read More]
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Update: 10:50 a.m. [Read More]
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Lining one wall in Smith's Union Bar, a popular Hotel Street haunt for U.S. military men out on the town in World War II, are... [Read More]
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's expedition team on Tuesday released the first underwater footage of the sunken destroyer USS Ward, whose captain famously radioed in on... [Read More]
For the first time in years, a Navy warship won't conduct a pass-in-review Thursday as part of the annual Dec. 7, 1941, observance at Pearl... [Read More]
For the first time in years, a Navy warship won't conduct a pass-in-review Thursday as part of the annual Dec. 7, 1941, observance at Pearl... [Read More]
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In the aftermath of Dec. 7, 1941, much of the U.S. Pacific Fleet surface force at Pearl Harbor was in shambles. Twenty-one ships, including eight... [Read More]
Four of the last five crew members of the USS Arizona will be at Pearl Harbor on Thursday to commemorate the 76th anniversary of the... [Read More]
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The unsettling sound of air raid sirens tracing back to World War II and the Cold War returned to Hawaii on Friday in a test... [Read More]
Pearl Harbor ship traffic was halted temporarily today after a loud noise on an Army vessel, which was initially thought to be a possible explosion,... [Read More]
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Late this morning, sirens will blast in wavering unison to a sound not heard in Hawaii since the Cold War — an "attack warning." [Read More]
Today, sirens will blast in wavering unison to a sound not heard in Hawaii since the Cold War — an "attack warning." [Read More]
Amid talk of war with North Korea and Hawaii's first test of an "attack" warning siren coming up on Friday, the president of a Honolulu... [Read More]
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North Korea's test launch Tuesday of what could be its longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile yet seems to add further justification to the state planning for... [Read More]
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North Korea's launch today of what could be its longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile test yet seems to add further justification to state planning for what... [Read More]
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Schoolchildren statewide won't be scurrying for shelter Friday when officials sound an "attack warning" siren in the first test of its kind in decades. [Read More]
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Defense contracts have been running at about $2.1 billion a year in Hawaii as part of an estimated $7.8 billion in direct military spending supporting... [Read More]
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More than 7,500 sailors will descend on Honolulu this weekend in what will be a short-term boom for business with the USS Nimitz carrier strike... [Read More]
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