December 7, 2017

Pendleton Air Museum, veterans recall Pearl Harbor

Veterans Mark Jaeger, left, and Sean Degan look at a World War II-era copy of the Oregon Journal at the Pendleton Air Museum on Thursday. … […]
December 7, 2017

Pearl Harbor Veterans Return to Pay Homage to Their Fallen Shipmates 76 Years Later

(HONOLULU) — Survivors gathered Thursday at the site of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to remember fellow servicemen killed in the early morning raid 76 […]
December 7, 2017

Veterans, families honor pledge to never forget Pearl Harbor

Ailene Cannell Eby of Lebanon was only 2 years old, but she has vivid memories of Japanese warplanes attacking the naval military base at Pearl Harbor, […]
December 7, 2017

Veterans’ Legacies brings WWII stories to HS students

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — History is a memory for Ben Asquith, and decades after he stormed Omaha beach — blowing up German fortifications and sidestepping fellow […]
December 7, 2017

Trump Signs Proclamation Marking Pearl Harbor Day

President Donald Trump has signed a proclamation declaring Thursday to be National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Trump signed the proclamation at a White House ceremony attended […]
December 7, 2017

The Littoral Life: Once a Soldier

By Dan Haag December 7th was the day that changed my grandfather’s life forever. Life was put on hold and in the blink of an eye […]
December 7, 2017

Seaside remembers Pearl Harbor with memorial and wreath-laying ceremony

SEASIDE — Before the Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance began this morning, Maurie Hendrickson of Clatsop Post 12 American Legion sat waiting with a box filled […]
December 7, 2017

Pearl Harbor attack changed life of Navy WAVES seaman

More than 2,400 soldiers, sailors, Marines and civilians died in the early morning hours of Dec. 7, 1941, when 361 warplanes from the Imperial Japanese Navy […]
December 6, 2017

Letters From War, a Washington Post podcast about one family’s journey through WWII

Hundreds of letters, written between brothers fighting in the Pacific during World War II. Almost one a day, for every day of the war. The letters […]