Written by Katie Lange for DOD News It was dark at Pearl Harbor's Tripler Hospital on the evening of Dec. 7, 1941. The bombings by the … [Read more...] about Many Lives Were Lost at Pearl Harbor. This Man’s Just Began
World War II
Written by Katie Lange for DOD News The 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, killed more than 2,400 U.S. personnel and thrust the U.S. into … [Read more...] about Medal of Honor Monday: Navy Ensign Herbert C. Jones
Written by Katie Lange for DOD News Marine Corps Lt. Col. Harold W. Bauer was an ace pilot whose actions during World War II were … [Read more...] about Medal of Honor Monday: Marine Lt. Col. Harold Bauer
Written by Randy Lescault | Originally published by We Are The Mighty The information on the Death Notice was spare and emotionless. … [Read more...] about World War II: A Black American soldier’s journal
Written by Katie Lange | Originally published by DOD News Army Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr. survived World War II as a Marine in the Pacific. … [Read more...] about Medal of Honor Monday: Army Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr.
Written by Tim Kirkpatrick for We Are The Mighty In the early months of 1943, the USS Wahoo was on its third war patrol when the sub and its … [Read more...] about This legendary Navy skipper sank 19 enemy ships
Every year, we pause to remember the events that occured on December 7, 1941 and the sacrifices made by so many brave Americans that day and in … [Read more...] about In Photographs: Aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor