What If Japan Hadn’t Attacked Pearl Harbor?
What If Japan Hadn’t Attacked Pearl Harbor?

Please link source article What If Japan Hadn’t Attacked Pearl Harbor? December 7th, 1941. Just before 0800 that Sunday morning, an aerial striking force of the Imperial Japanese Navy launched a surprise assault on the American naval base at Pearl Harbor. The attack was a preemptive maneuver to cripple the US Navy’s Pacific Fleet, a... » read more

The Only Mission of USS Liscome Bay
The Only Mission of USS Liscome Bay

Please link source article The Only Mission of USS <em>Liscome Bay</em> On December 9, 1942, just over a year after the United States suffered the attack on Pearl Harbor, the keel of a new Casablanca–class escort carrier was laid down at the Kaiser Shipbuilding Company in Vancouver, WA. Launched in June of 1943, the new... » read more

The Alamo Scouts of the Pacific Theater
The Alamo Scouts of the Pacific Theater

Please link source article The Alamo Scouts of the Pacific Theater When the Imperial Japanese Navy struck Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, it launched an armed conflict that would lead to the creation of many specialized teams throughout the Pacific Theater. The War in the Pacific became a proving ground for men to show... » read more

Named for a Legend: USS Nimitz Turns 50
Named for a Legend: USS Nimitz Turns 50

December 7th, 1941 changed many lives forever. Shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Nimitz was promoted to head the US Pacific Fleet, eventually becoming commander of all sea, air, and land forces in the Pacific Theater of Operations. In recognition of his outstanding service during World War II, Nimitz received the honor of... » read more