As I sit in the dining area at my local Las Colinas Five Guys and Fries burger joint, I stare down at the totally customizable beauty before me and revel in its juicy greatness! Not too many things can top a beautiful day, and a double cheeseburger with bacon in hand!
At 92, Leavelle still draws a crowd and signs autographs, as the man who was with Lee Harvey Oswald on the day he was killed. But 71 years ago, he was also a witness to another horrific historic event.
More than 2,000 people are gathering at Pearl Harbor on Friday to mark the 71st anniversary of the Japanese attack that killed thousands of people and launched the United States into World War II.
Not so very long ago there was a fight to preserve American freedom being waged by a group that was not always given freedom. The Tuskegee Airmen were a band of WWII black pilots who began the breakdown of barriers in the military.
A Marine who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor has returned to the USS Arizona — divers placed the urn holding Frank Cabiness’ cremated remains inside the battleship sunk by the Japanese 70 years ago.
World War II veteran Frank Curre died Wednesday, exactly 70 years after surviving the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Seventy years ago, most Americans had no idea that this day would forever change the course of history. But one survivor realized that what he was seeing.
Every year, the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor fades further into history. Every year, there are fewer people to describe first hand the events we now only see in black and white photos.
A group of four men who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor are going back there.