Yesterday, I had the opportunity to meet four of the five remaining survivors from the USS Arizona and it was such a moving experience. The four young men I met Continue Reading →
Last night, I attended one of the signature events of my 75th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor Commemoration. This event brought together about 1200 people for an evening Continue Reading →
Here are all the images from my visit to the Punchbowl National Cemetery. It helps me to remember that “Freedom is never Free”.
[ipanorama slug=”punchbowl-national-cemetery-panorama”] As I awoke this morning to the view from my balcony at the Hilton Hawaiian Village on Waikiki, I knew that today was going to be special because Continue Reading →
In a little over three weeks, I will be attending the commemorative events marking the seventy-fifth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. I am looking forward to the various Continue Reading →
On a sleepy Sunday morning in December of 1941 while the Japanese talked peace with the US Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, the Japanese Navy was steaming towards Hawaii to Continue Reading →
My journey to find out who my grandfather was began with his stamp collection that was presented to me in August of 2014. It had remained in the same place Continue Reading →