Pearl Harbor Remembered

2,335 servicemen died from the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Our volunteers are writing ALL of their stories.

Join us in honoring these fallen.

Read some of these stories here:

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SGT Henry C. Blackwell

Sgt. Blackwell was one of the first three Americans killed at Pearl Harbor. His story is coming soon.

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Help Wanted
to 
Write a Sailor's Story

More details soon.

EM3c Rudolph Martinez

Electrian's Mate Third Class Martinez was on the USS Utah during the attack. He was the first American Latino killed in World War II. His story is coming soon.

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Help Wanted to 
Write an Airman's Story

More details soon.

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PVT Robert Lee Avery

Pvt. Avery earned the Silver Star for setting up and firing a machine gun during the Pearl Harbor attack. His younger brother was killed by a kamikaze four years later.

His story is coming soon.

Help Wanted to 
Write a Sailor's Story

More details soon.

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AMM3c Laxton G. Newman

Aviation Machinist's Mate Third Class Newman earn the Silver Star defending Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay. A destroy escort was named after him. His story coming soon.

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Help Wanted to 
Write a Marine's Story

More details soon.

Help Wanted to 
Write a Sailor's Story

More details soon.

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Help Wanted to 
Write a Sailor's Story

More details soon.

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S1c William V. Ball

Seaman First Class Ball was lost on the USS Arizona. His death prompted the 5 Sullivan brothers to join the Navy. His story coming soon.

Help Wanted to 
Write a Soldier's Story

More details soon.

All 2,335 stories will be completed by 
the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor
on December 7, 2021
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Coming soon you will be able to scan a fallen's name at a memorial or headstone and read the story right there.

Our App!

Thank You

Allison Albert of Rhode Island

Coby Crump of Utah

and Jackie Menasco of Arizona

for directing the Pearl Harbor Fallen Project.

 

We would also like to thank all of the volunteer

 writing the stories of the Pearl Harbor fallen.