Steve visits veterans' hospitals as often as he can, just to process the war and all that's happened since then. He frequently finds himself in the middle of a circle where everyone tells where they were when Pearl Harbor was attacked. He's terrified of the day when he's going to be the only WW2 veteran left.

Steve visits veterans' hospitals as often as he can, just to process the war and all that's happened since then. He frequently finds himself in the middle of a circle where everyone tells where they were when Pearl Harbor was attacked. He's terrified of the day when he's going to be the only WW2 veteran left.

Hazel Ying-Lee was the first Chinese-American woman to fly for the US Military. She was born in the United States and thought of it as her home—and so, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, she signed up to fight.

Hazel Ying-Lee was the first Chinese-American woman to fly for the US Military. She was born in the United States and thought of it as her home—and so, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, she signed up to fight.

The story is set in the spring of 1942, about six months after the surprise attack from Japan at the Pearl Harbor. The country is still recovering from the aftermath and the young Steve Carmichael is a fresh graduate. When Steve was only 11, he was an old mail-route bi-plane with his father. Within the next few months that followed, the boy was flying high with the birds.

The story is set in the spring of 1942, about six months after the surprise attack from Japan at the Pearl Harbor. The country is still recovering from the aftermath and the young Steve Carmichael is a fresh graduate. When Steve was only 11, he was an old mail-route bi-plane with his father. Within the next few months that followed, the boy was flying high with the birds.

The Real Reason The USS Arizona Was Never Raised From Pearl Harbor When Other Ships Were

The Real Reason The USS Arizona Was Never Raised From Pearl Harbor When Other Ships Were

A veteran who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor and died last year at age 94 has been reunited with his fallen shipmates on the sunken USS Arizona. Raymond Haerry was interred on the ship in a ceremony that his granddaughter says was solemn and beautiful. Haerry was 19 years old when...

USS Arizona survivor rejoins shipmates, interred aboard ship

A veteran who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor and died last year at age 94 has been reunited with his fallen shipmates on the sunken USS Arizona. Raymond Haerry was interred on the ship in a ceremony that his granddaughter says was solemn and beautiful. Haerry was 19 years old when...

Raymond Haerry (pictured in 2016) was one of the last surviving veterans of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was reunited with his fallen shipmates 75 years later when he was interred there on Saturday

USS Arizona survivor rejoins shipmates, interred aboard ship

Raymond Haerry (pictured in 2016) was one of the last surviving veterans of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was reunited with his fallen shipmates 75 years later when he was interred there on Saturday

In 1941, her parents sent her to Japan to care for an aunt in poor health. It was the first time the 25-year-old Toguri had ever been overseas, and she soon became homesick. However, in December, her situation took a dramatic turn when a problem with her paperwork prevented her from taking a ship home. A few days later, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

In 1941, her parents sent her to Japan to care for an aunt in poor health. It was the first time the 25-year-old Toguri had ever been overseas, and she soon became homesick. However, in December, her situation took a dramatic turn when a problem with her paperwork prevented her from taking a ship home. A few days later, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

uss arizona pearl harbor | 1932: USS Arizona BB-39 seen in drydock at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

uss arizona pearl harbor | 1932: USS Arizona BB-39 seen in drydock at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

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