On Tuesday, the Pentagon announced it would exhume and attempt to identify the remains of 388 sailors and Marines who were buried as unknowns after the war.
On the 73rd anniversary of the attack, three survivors were happy to reunite and lay a wreath in the Hudson River in honor of the thousands who lost their lives that day.
There was strength, but little reassurance in Fiorello La Guardia’s voice crackling over WNYC radio 73 years ago.
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The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum was set to mark the 72nd anniversary of the attack at Pearl Harbor with a special ceremony Saturday.
Saturday marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl harbor. Two survivors — one from New York, another from New Jersey — recall the events of Dec. 7, 1941.
Survivors from the New York metropolitan area and former USS Intrepid crew members placed a wreath in the Hudson River in remembrance of the 2,390 service members and 49 civilians killed in the attack.
The sights, the sounds, and smells of the attack on Pearl Harbor are forever seared into Union resident Tom Mahoney’s memory. Now he’s trying to make sure that those memories don’t die with him.
The USS Michael Murphy, which was commissioned in October, was greeted by hundreds of people, including 30 Navy SEALs, hula dancers and a brass band, as it arrived in Pearl Harbor Wednesday.
Some 9/11 victims’ family members want to have the National Park Service run the museum and memorial the World Trade Center site, WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reported.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the first great communicator, the first president to seize the intimacy of radio to talk to Americans one-to-one.
It was 70 years today that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, killing thousands of Americans and plunging the United States into World War II.
When Craig learned that the New York Rangers played a hockey game on December 7th, 1941 – after the attacks occurred — he told Al Dukes to reach out to Rangers historian Stan Fischler.
Seventy years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Tom Mahoney’s memory is keen of the day he said “changed the world.”
The poll finds that ten years after 9/11, there is a strong belief among Americans that New York City will be attacked by terrorists again and that there will be another significant loss of life.