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10 pictures that prove the world’s most powerful weapons are less scary when there’s a giant cat sitting on them
The man behind Twitter's "Military Giant Cats" superimposes massive cats onto tanks and destroyers for a bizarre combo you didn't know you needed.
Roosevelt called it the "most important" Cabinet meeting since 1861.
The Navy made incredible photos to show present-day Pearl Harbor compared with the day of the attack
The Navy remembered the "day of infamy" with a series of photo illustrations overlaying scenes from that horrifying day with present-day photos.
On December 7, 1941, the US fleet at Pearl Harbor were unaware that Japanese bombers were headed toward America's most important Pacific base.
One is of a small boat rescuing a crew member in front of the USS West Virginia, a battleship that has a very sad story attached to it.
When Japan launched a devastating surprise attack on a Sunday morning, Americans didn't standby. Here's seven people who rushed into action.
While Beijing increasingly takes a militaristic line toward Washington, the US Air Force made the purpose of its new training explicit, with stealth nuclear bombers and fighter jets built to counter threats like Beijing's South China Sea fortress.
Trump reportedly caught the Japanese prime minister off guard during a meeting at the White House by saying ‘I remember Pearl Harbor’
President Donald Trump reportedly caught Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe off guard with a comment about Pearl Harbor during a meeting at the White House this past June, according to the Washington Post.
Trump slightly misquotes FDR’s famous speech and Melania cites the wrong date on the anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Both President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump made small mistakes in tweets commemorating the anniversary.
‘We must never repeat the horrors of war again’: Japan’s prime minister and Obama visit Pearl Harbor
Abe as the first Japanese leader to visit the USS Arizona Memorial and his joint visit with Obama marked the first such by US and Japanese leaders.