35 Burst results for "Pearl Harbor"

WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

06:36 min | 2 weeks ago

WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.

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Remains of sailor killed in Pearl Harbor returned home

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

Remains of sailor killed in Pearl Harbor returned home

"The remains of one of the U. S sailors killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor Back on December 7th of 1941 Return home Navy Fireman First class Hadley. He even was just 23 when he was on the USS West Virginia when torpedoes and bombs destroyed the battleship. His remains were identified last year after his two remaining brother has provided DNA samples to aid in a match. Navy personnel recovered the remains of at least 66 crewmen from the USS West Virginia. Memorial services set for this weekend in his hometown of Baxter Springs, Kansas.

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Battleship New Jersey museum closing temporarily after Labor Day

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Battleship New Jersey museum closing temporarily after Labor Day

"New Jersey will temporarily shut down just after Labor Day. The reason money or the lack thereof as we hear from K one ofyou, South Jersey Bureau chief David Mad respect them in the middle of a pandemic. They're about a quarter the number of visitors this floating museum would see in a normal summer. Pair that with Covad restrictions that prohibit fundraising events and the best uncertainty of state funding, short term and the board of trustees voted the cease public operations after Labor Day and lay off all but a skeleton crew until things improve Chairman Marshall Speed vexes special events like those for Veterans Day and to remember those who died in Pearl Harbor will still be held at least That's the plan. We are working through how to make those happened being a zoom ceremony or just having a smaller ceremony on the ship. There's still fundraising, though, and vowed to reopen When the viruses under control go to battleship newjersey dot org's for information on how you might be able to help in South Jersey. David Mattan K Y W News radio We'll get

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USS Indianapolis Crew Awarded Congressional Gold Medal on 75th Anniversary of Sinking

Tony Katz Today

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

USS Indianapolis Crew Awarded Congressional Gold Medal on 75th Anniversary of Sinking

"Years to the day of the worst at sea disaster in US naval history. The crew of the USS Indianapolis received their congressional gold medal in a virtual ceremony this morning. The ceremony had several speakers, including the Honorable Kenneth Braithwaite. Was the secretary of the Navy from Pearl Harbor to the final days of World War two. You and your shipmates as part of our greatest generation completed mission after mission, taking the fight to the enemy and changing the course of history. Eight survivors of the USS Indianapolis remain today You can listen to

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Why San Francisco's Fillmore District Is No Longer the 'Harlem of the West'

Bay Curious

03:40 min | 4 months ago

Why San Francisco's Fillmore District Is No Longer the 'Harlem of the West'

"So we're delving into how a small neighborhood in San. Francisco became an epicenter for Jazz reporter. Bianca Taylor brings us the story. Like so much of San Francisco history, story of the fillmore can be traced back to the day. The city shook. After the earthquake pretty much, all of San Francisco relocated to the fillmore, simply because it was the closest place to downtown that survived relatively intact, the earthquake and subsequent fire Elizabeth Pepin Silva is a filmmaker and Co author of the Book Harlem of the West She grew up in San Francisco. When she was a teenager, she got a job working for music promoter Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium. It's how she first started digging into the history of the neighborhood. Once downtown was rebuilt. The local fillmore neighborhoods merchants, association. Trying to figure out a way to keep people coming back to the neighborhood. It was decided that the film would be San. Francisco's entertainment center in one thousand nine, an amusement park called the fillmore shoots was built complete with a wooden roller coaster and ferris wheel and three years later the fillmore auditorium. Beer halls it was. It was really fun exciting place. It was place to go at fun. But it was mainly for white people. Yes San! Francisco was segregated. But in the fillmore, little bit different. The earthquake had damaged a lot of neighborhoods where people of color were allowed to live in the city, but the surviving fillmore district had. Real estate in a history of accepting immigrants so through the early nineteen hundreds up until the nineteen forties. You had Filipinos Mexicans African Americans. Russians Japanese Americans and Jewish people living next door to one another, and it was really became known as one of the most integrated neighborhoods west of the Mississippi. On December. Seventh Nineteen, forty one Japan like it's infamous access partners struck first and declared war afterwards. Then Pearl Harbor was bombed, and the country changed completely. Japanese Americans are forced into a concentration camps in and. Left this huge hole in the fillmore district. At the same time there was a push to recruit Americans from the Midwest to work the shipyards in San Francisco and Richmond than they were given a free train ticket and promised the job and they're like. Come on out, we need you. African Americans arriving in San Francisco moved into empty apartments. The Japanese Americans had been forced out of and between nineteen forty and nineteen fifty. The black population of San Francisco grew tenfold by Nineteen forty-five, some thirty thousand African Americans were living in the city with this surge in population, came in explosion in the fillmore of black owned businesses, nightclubs, restaurants, and bars like. Star I hung out about cities. Like Jackson, southern for Blue Mirror. Did Not more than hotel. And you can go out on Friday night and not come home till Sunday night, because there is so much to do, and so that's how the fillmore became Harlem of the West.

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The Little Known History of Japanese Internment on Angel Island

Bay Curious

04:20 min | 5 months ago

The Little Known History of Japanese Internment on Angel Island

"Months before the coronavirus outbreak bay curious received a question from a listener wanting to know about what happened on Angel Island during World War. Two turns out the island played a very specific role in the internment of Japanese-americans. Though very few people know much about it reporter. Cecilia lay headed to the island to learn more. It's a picturesque pre pandemic Sunday morning in San Francisco when a border fairy to Ireland under way. The last time I visited the island was during middle school field trip. They learned about the Chinese exclusion. Act Saw the poems that Chinese immigrants had carved onto the walls. But I didn't learn anything about the Japanese being held here during World War Two. So I'm on my way to meet the only expert who knows this part of the island's little known history house and me any and that's what the immigrants were classified as and also a number of the drop in on Grant Din who is teaching Angel Islands Own tour guides about the internment of Japanese residents. That happened here my name is Scranton. I'm a volunteer with the Angel and the Immigration Station Foundation. Seventy eight years ago after Pearl Harbor had broken out and president. Franklin D Roosevelt signed executive order nine. Oh six which authorized the rounding up of Japanese immigrants and Japanese Americans who were citizens into relocation camps in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Japanese residents all along the west coast were arrested because the US government suspected that many of them had allegiances to Japan and could secretly be working on their behalf. Fishermen had every opportunity to watch the movement of our ships. Japanese farmers were living close to vital aircraft plants. So as a first step all. Japanese were required to move from critical areas. Such these more than one hundred ten thousand Japanese American civilians including children hatch abandon their homes and businesses. We're taking two racetracks fairgrounds for the army. Almost overnight had build assembly center. They lived here until new. Pioneer communities could be completed on federally owned lands in the Interior. They were relocated to remote camps throughout the US surrounded by armed guards and barbed wire. They lived like this for the duration of the war. About two thirds of them. Were born right here in the US and then there was another group people the US government considered to be the biggest threat and the most dangerous. This is the group that grants researched all the people who are rounded up during this program by the Department of Justice by the FBI were Japanese immigrants and so by that means they were considered enemy aliens. Unlike the other Japanese civilian internees a majority of these quotes enemy. Aliens were men who were born in Japan. They faced interogations and were separated from their families during their internment. These men were singled out because the government had been keeping an eye on them for a while as far back as five years before Japan. Bombed Pearl Harbor even before World War. Two broke out. There were dossiers being kept on Japanese immigrants who are in this country both in Hawaii and on the mainland the FBI was watching anyone who had close ties to Japan or held prominent roles in the Japanese community. Buddhist priests language schoolteachers shopkeepers. Newspaper editors anyone who was considered a leader or expert in Japanese culture especially martial arts. I found several cases of people who are in Kendo or judo and so they went to Japan for meats and so they were often put on the list of potential saboteurs. The rounding up of these Japanese residents happened very quickly. Homes were raided without warrants. Papers were confiscated about seventeen thousand. Total Japanese immigrants were arrested and seven hundred of them were from the West Coast. Mostly from Hawaii sent here to the bay area to Angel Island.

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Apply Critical Thinking

WCRI Flash Brief

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Apply Critical Thinking

"Hi this is Jim. Shokhin coming through using of US TODAY. Let politics fly right now. You've got one idiot trying to get politics out of comic. Yeah that's ludicrous. Ridiculous and as just plain stupid we had politics and connections day one. You know we had superman right off the Bat. Go out to a domestic abuser. Just because he was hitting a woman it sound like nothing today because hey we get being yet. Apprehended beat the time. It was actually a right of the husband actually beat his wife so having that in a comic was a major point. Hillis FLASH FORWARD A couple of years two great big fist. In the face of Hitler by Captain America. You know again today. Evil Bad news. Yeah and needs to be wack back then however the. Us was heavily isolationist that is Trendy World War Two and all said a few months prior chewed super seventh the Pearl Harbor you had captain America going after Hillary and basically say hey. This is evil. We need to stop the doubt. We need to do something you've added. As time that was a major political statement in the comics less flash forward to the seventy S. actually backup a good of the sixties and Seventies. We starting to see a lot of women's liberation in common issue. You have a lot of people trying to be equal and it doesn't matter what. The races sexes whether Ginger is people all the sudden want everybody to be equal and that's cool Asia straight up. You cannot differentiate between comics politics and two of them. Just go hand in hand. Wake you out if you tried to get rid of the one of them. You're just getting rid of a major part of the story in question and you basically diluting it. Nobody wants that just straight up if you have political statements or if you basically are political person hey put that into the comic but the politics full.

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Trump says coronavirus 'worse than Pearl Harbor,' 9/11 attacks

Charlie Parker

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Trump says coronavirus 'worse than Pearl Harbor,' 9/11 attacks

"Can't keep our country closed down for many years and we have to do something and hopefully that won't be the case but it could very well be the case speaking with reporters trump added that this pandemic is worse than Pearl Harbor and the September eleventh attacks and it should have never happened meantime a day after the White House confirmed that the work of the coronavirus task force will be winding down it's not president trump to the task force will continue noting that he had no idea how popular it is and how much the public appreciates the daily

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How To Fund The Search For A COVID-19 Vaccine And Boost The Recovery

Odd Lots

05:36 min | 6 months ago

How To Fund The Search For A COVID-19 Vaccine And Boost The Recovery

"So obviously we've been talking about nonstop you crisis that is going on all around the world with both the virus and the economic fallout. We've been discussing disorder. The incredible speed with which everything has changed in shutdown and what that means for the economic system and the financial system. Did we're going to try to have a conversation that looks ahead a little bit further about what's next. Maybe even potentially hopeful. I don't know maybe it'll be a little bit hopeful. And about things related to a potential vaccine and reopening and how we might get there and what lessons we might apply from the past to improve the situation that the world is facing today and the guests that I'm going to be speaking with is one that we've had on the podcast in the past. He's up Bill Janeway. He's a partner and senior adviser Warburg. Pincus he's an economist visiting scholar at Cambridge University in easy unique perspective as having been both on the venture capital side so understanding innovation as well as the sort of academic economic side to he can really speak to the types of policies in the heights of conditions that can enable innovation to flourish. Of course. That's something that we desperately need right now. With the lack of a vaccine the lack of testing it's scale and so forth and of course part of this crisis has been in parked a coordination problem that we've seen between the government which is obviously a trying to move faster on things like testing and developing therapies and that coordination with a private sector. That need more organization so some further. Do I want to bring in a bill? Janeway bill great to have you back on the podcast right to be back with you. Joe Always enjoy it very much. So there's obviously numerous aspects of this crisis. The world overall is facing two weeks. You can speak but I want to start off with this question of how governments or how the US government in particular could conceptualize funding and accelerating the process of innovation towards a potential vaccine or therapy. And of course in the past you've written a lot about the role of government spending in sort of your government spending in research and so on has played in the development of our big tech tech industries particularly Silicon Valley and how much of that came out of a Defense Department spending and so for the big picture of the role that the government has to play here in terms of getting more work done faster in this area in a way that says this is a simple one. Here's a clear target clear targets One set of targets involved liable and emphasize reliable for the incidence of the disease and in particular has score the aftermath things potential immunity. Both of these require As usual multiple efforts by multiple sources funded across the board with no preference to a particular potential source and given the global nature of. This would argue as well for the Maxima of international collaboration possible. The sort of collaboration that was available in World War Two between the US and the UK which radically advanced for example the development of radar. And which should be readily available today if we have leadership that was concerned with international collaboration as a necessary effective tool or accelerating the development of the needed tests. And then beyond that the vaccine and it's not just lab work involves clinical trials it involves the accumulation of lots of data from all the sources possible. This is an ideal moment or open collaboration. Unfortunately we seem to be somewhat stalled. And in the meantime in a way that they're too concerning residences to concerning echoes about what's going on and what's going on so the separately in the US during this extremely challenging time. We've had the experience before of closing down the civilian economy. That's exactly what happened in. Nineteen forty two in the United States after Pearl Harbor when civilian production in the economy. There was much more. Heavily manufacturing and product oriented versus service-oriented where manufacturing civilian goods was radically reduced automobile troops apple at the same time there was an alternative sources of demand namely military demand which maintained actually reduced unemployment down. I think the the low point was reached when unemployment to the extent that could be measured at all was an oath point two sect so you had a high high high demand driven economy after clothing the civilian economy

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pearl Harbor well and I want to tell you I got on the phone slash we and I got in touch try to get in touch with governor Hogan's office no avail I try to get in touch with Calvin bottles of office no avail and I don't wanna go on my delegate Warren Miller first time I called answer right away and what I would like to know Sean how many male owners do you think would be alive today if governor Hogan ordered initiated the face coverage a month ago let's R. design you know I don't know I don't again and it provides you will never know the answer to that that would be one well for one person Holmes said it now and I don't know if you're familiar with route forty in this section showroom this is known as the Korean way little Korea one quarter of the stores on route forty their signs are up in Caribbean not American but a Korean and governor Hogan well.

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U.S. faces 'really bad' week as coronavirus deaths spike

Ben Shapiro

02:50 min | 7 months ago

U.S. faces 'really bad' week as coronavirus deaths spike

"How bad is this week is going to be everybody says pretty bad president trump over the weekend he said there is going to be a lot of death this week some cases were telling governors we can't go there because we don't think you need it we think someplace else needs it then pretty much so far we've been right about that and we'll continue to do it as it really gets this will be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death and if this wasn't done but they will be death well an Anthony Fauci says the same thing he says this is indeed going to be a very badly and then of course the these projections we'll see how bad the actual death tolls are do they match up with the projections right they the projection from that from that university of Washington model that I spoke about before which has higher peak but what but lesser duration they suggested that ten days away they'll be about over three thousand Americans will die in a in one day according to that data in New York however they're suggesting that as early as Thursday there will be a pinnacle in New York City and that's when a woman has suggested he says there'll be a hundred seventy deaths that day of course we'll see how the models holed up in the midst of all of this here is the here's Anthony Fauci suggesting that this will indeed be very badly well this is going to be a bad week Margaret unfortunately if you look at the projection of the curves of the kinetics of the Kurds we're going to continue to see an escalation also we should hope that within a week or maybe a little bit more we'll start to see a flattening out of the curve in coming down the mitigation that we're talking about that you just mentioned is absolutely key to the success of that so on the one hand things are going to get bad and we need to be prepared for that it is going to be shocking to some yes Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the same thing he's compared this week to nine eleven or Pearl Harbor suggesting that Americans are going to see mass death and and really bad numbers and again those are the best available studies that is the suggestion we will see you know how long the duration is run the numbers end up looking exactly like that university of Washington I was by the way I will say overall again has been reduced down to ninety four thousand dad by Aug I mean it's hard to say these are good numbers because they're not but he's been reduced down from ninety four thousand expected by the beginning of August two eighty one thousand and that happened just over the course of the weekend here's the Surgeon General well it's tragically fitting that we're talking at the beginning of Holy Week because this is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans live quite frankly this is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment R. nine eleven moment only is not going to be localized it's going to be happening all over the country and I want a merit could understand that but I also want them to understand that the public along with the state and federal government have the power to change the trajectory of this

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US surgeon general warns of 'Pearl Harbor moment' as Americans face 'hardest week'

Bill Handel

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

US surgeon general warns of 'Pearl Harbor moment' as Americans face 'hardest week'

"S. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams has called on all Americans to stay home and wear cloth face masks to protect their neighbors well it's tragically fitting that were talking at the beginning of Holy Week because this is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans live quite frankly this is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment R. nine eleven moment only is not going to be localized it's going to be happening all over the country on fox news Sunday host Chris Wallace asked Adams whether a national lockdown is needed since nine states still have no stay at home orders Adam said the trump administration respect states rights but he says he like every state to do what it can even if it's just a week of staying

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Economy Week Ahead: Jobless Claims, Fed Minutes

Scott Sloan

11:29 min | 7 months ago

Economy Week Ahead: Jobless Claims, Fed Minutes

"She is not a doctor but she is a financial doctor that would be any Wagner simply money here at six a six week nights with Nathan Bacharach on fifty five KRC our sister station and the question is if you have an tight your belt or haven't cut costs you probably are the only one who hasn't done this in a business as well as a personal sense it's about about pulling it back right now which is the exact opposite of the message we're kind of getting from the government or from the I guess the financial people is that Hey we want to give you stimulus not to pay bills often not this pad your bank account but to go out and actually stimulate the economy so right away me those two things are at odds with one another I think they are in and that's the thing right sometimes what you're given and if it what you do with it two different things because the government does they want the garden center right now they want to keep the economy rolling again but from an individual standpoint for most Americans were not at a place where that makes the most sense right now so you can't look at it with what's the attention here you look at it okay what's best for my family right now you know we just passed April first last week for many that your mortgage with you know your rent would you build for deal and it was probably also the first time you get a paycheck coming in at eight thirty so that at this point more than half of Americans say because of this coronavirus you have cut back on your spending intentionally right now because either you don't have the job anymore you don't have the paycheck you've been furloughed or you think it could be coming and I think there's probably very few people out there who can be really confident that on the other end of this their financial situation is going to be as good as it was going into this at least you know not the first few months after we come out of that so I think the fact that the Americans are pulling back which is a good sign right that we get it we get the gravity of the situation you know with all these checks are supposed to go out well I think checks the money supposed to go out to leave the latest that we have seen beginning April nineteenth so this week right Thursday from the fourteenth but here's the thing it will be directly deposited into your account yes you have provided that information to the IRS when you have filed your taxes so it's going to be direct deposit if you got a refund the yes and the government yeah absolutely and the government has access to that information already here's the problem for someone who has like I have a friend who owns a little bit every year she does that cancellation thank account information that's the thing to get the actual physical check could take as long as five months wow yeah I mean that's the physical check because it takes your everything shut down so it was not yeah yeah if you're able to really look back and say if I if I file taxes do they have that information on me and if they don't understand if you were counting on that money if your account to pay your bill this month to pay your rent does not care mortgage whatever it is even be much longer before you know that that white horse come galloping into your bank account well you've got to cut costs in the main that's what's happening right now you're looking at you're probably spending less to because you're stuck inside you know go to the grocery store obviously is a lot cheaper than going out to eat or even going to carry out you know because you're going to get it Indian people are there is nothing on the store shelf that told me people are not only buying food but they're they're cooking food combine this with the fact that some six point six million Americans have now filed for unemployment last week which numbers we haven't seen in a generation I mean well I'm from just a few hundred a week or a thousand a week to six point six million and that's our main number is well today we will six point six million in the week the closest this was during the Great Recession and during the Great Depression a weekly jobless claims were about six hundred and fifty six hundred and seventy five thousand dollars during the time that was the historical Hyde Park right going into the S. eight now where it can hide that point six billion in one week and it's only getting worse if you know people and I know people too I think it's one thing to talk about the numbers six point six billion but I think they well you know I know people who've been settled I know people who've lost their jobs I know people who do not know how they're going to pay their bills she said it either it is scary yes cutting back at this point the only thing that makes sense I think you do make a great point out here even if you tried probably that bloody on the level that you were before you know you're not going on vacation I think that you don't have a hell of a commute getting to and from work every day you know thirty minutes when I usually thought my gas tank about twice a week I guess thinking about three weeks now well you know I mean I I do TV for fox nineteen I do it here at my house you know we do your show that's your mind also I don't go anywhere really except maybe to Kroger once a week you know in in that for a lot of people is the phone number you mentioned if you go get Kerry out what did you do before you went down down maybe you had a beer or a glass yeah maybe you had an appetizer all of those things it really would be hard pressed to stand at the level that you were before and I think that's a good thing personal standpoint south of an economic standpoint making the economy up and running again you've asked a great question the possibility which is that I think this is gonna be different for every person coming out of the office spending look like when we come out of this what is that look like for you what does this have to do with what the GDP forecasts are in it right now here's the other one to Amy is that we just heard yesterday that file to the president said that the next two weeks are going to be our Pearl Harbor eight and when the present United States who's been in some cases overly optimistic about things right to be criticized for being too optimistic about this says it's like a pearl this can be like a Pearl Harbor it is going to be it two weeks like we have never seen before what does that tell you then about the economic realities of not only these two weeks but the subsequent two months I think it's gonna get worse for me look at today the market's opening up markets are up today because there were some good sign in Europe you know Germany number that allows the numbers are getting better at that side of hope somewhere I'll try to you know ability to our market right now saying okay maybe there's hope out there but the reality is you're here in the United States however we have not yet seen the worst of it you know it and I think that you don't have a crystal ball here I cannot say you know how much worse the market's going to get really get worse what day will be the bottom it'll come back up with no idea but I think it's probably safe to say we haven't seen the worst of this we're going to continue to have days that we're going to continue have down there as this plays out because I don't think we probably have seen the worst of it how about a health standpoint in our country yeah from humanitarian perspective and it got worse there the park it will respond to that but I do think if it's worth repeating thirty that coming into this situation we had a strong economy really across the board on all fronts any way that you would expect it anyway that you wanted to look at it it was shot then we have this we can call it a similar package it was incident packed it with what our country regardless of politics at this point people needed tax businesses need cash businesses need a way to keep people on the table is it going to be enough I don't know is what the fed is doing right now right it did not interest rate but the store closed at the same time and putting money into the bond market China right the ship they are all of these things together hopefully are getting everything lined up to where okay when we get to a point in the United States will retail these cases are starting to decline we are starting to see the light here people are starting to go out again and it in turn okay about spending money again at that point we hope everything is that in place where the economy takes back off and I will across the board most economists feel like okay when this is done how we will rebound from this late in for some individual people it may take longer than others it's it's really kind of how you have yourself set up coming in today she can lead to the point that we make still on a radio show pretty often the fact that like we had a really good stretch there where it's not like you could do no wrong she felt like every time you open your four oh one K. it would look good were brilliant you know you were making smart decisions her name we did during this time when that when there is the calm before the storm think about what it feels like in the storm what a Johnson CD tray to prepare for the storm right to you are you interested in what does that look like you have urgency five do you have a all of these things in place for a day like today well it doesn't help yeah and if you if you don't A. B. Wagner from simply money it's that you're not gonna do it today this is why I have the plan going into it so if you're in the state right now what can you do right now if you were to by cutting costs we're not cutting costs will personally to look at what where the money is going and where it is essential hi I'm calling and it also communication is key here because if you're looking at it if you're saying it doesn't matter even if I cut down to the bare bones budget here there's still a lot of money coming in to cover what have to go out did you have to prioritize what bills cannot cover what bill can I not and you have to communicate with whoever that is she didn't do better G. is that your landlord you know what isn't the water bill whatever reading if the call those places and ask you understand that there's two sides to this queue you know in a lot of states right now you're not going to be affected I think there's at least thirty four states have enacted rules right now saying listen if you're a renter you can't pay your rent right now you have so much time if you can't pay your mortgage right now you have so much time but on the other side is that person who owns ten unit who count on that income rate in into the give and take about parts on the other side deserves to be in the loop what can you reasonably be able to do can can they come back and still get something that this is a conversation that has to go on and for those of you who I think everyone in this place I'm gonna put my head in the sand and dumping it back down until this is over and I don't deal with it you're going to be a far worse situation at that point you have to be communicating right now gotcha you can cut those things down so warn about cutting your costs on yeah I mean we're not now suffer what about gonna even like subscriptions and things like that right and you know now well but you know what you gotta do something while you're inside you're gonna get ready your Netflix account now well I don't think you have to get rid of Netflix but I guarantee if you look back at your credit card bill over the past few months our subscription ball there but you're really not using even during normal times researchers such as if I asked you study how much you spend on this computer probably about eighty Bucks a month and then we look at your credit card bill and if we go through with a fine tooth comb and the

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Surgeon general warns this week will be ‘our Pearl Harbor moment’ as Coronavirus death toll rises

John Reid

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Surgeon general warns this week will be ‘our Pearl Harbor moment’ as Coronavirus death toll rises

"Americans are bracing for the nation's top doctor warns would be the hardest and saddest week of their lives due to an expected wave of coronavirus death to come the Surgeon General Sunday said it would be our Pearl Harbor or nine eleven Erica Turkey has more on new York's approach this may be the week coronavirus infections peak here in New York at a time governor Andrew Cuomo said hospitals swollen with patients are being asked to do the impossible you're asking a system to do more than it has ever done before more than it was designed to do with plus military medical personnel arrived in the city two hundred ninety one medical personnel from our military dedicated specifically to our public hospital system here bill deblasio called it a good start as the state wide death toll surpassed forty one

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Interview with Bill Zimpfer About Coronavirus Effects

Charlie Parker

04:55 min | 7 months ago

Interview with Bill Zimpfer About Coronavirus Effects

"Right now we're joined by national correspondent bill sim for bill let's start with the the statement from the Surgeon General yesterday Jerome Adams who said that this week is going to be a Pearl Harbor moment for the country and then add it it'll also be a nine eleven moment nothing mixed about that message but there were some this weekend before we talk about the mixed messaging what do you got on the latest numbers development as far as this global pandemic yeah I I'll tell you what Charlie if you were one of the many Americans who tried to detach over the weekend and get away from this some of the comments and the numbers here are just mind boggling I mean when you hear the surgeon general talk about the saddest and hardest week of our lives let that sink in a second yeah I mean that's pretty strong language then since we launched last talked on Friday there have been a hundred twenty thousand new cases confirmed here in the United States forty five hundred more people have died here in the United States some pretty some pretty daunting numbers here as we head into the new week sell yeah not a whole lot to be positive about here and you have to wonder of the comments made by the surgeon general over the weekend are they just a maybe a little over kill in order to get people to begin complying with national guidelines since we continue to hear with cases of people just ignoring these guidelines I N. and one of those guidelines is a subject of confusion that being the mask the CDC is now saying we should wear a mask when we go out to protect ourselves and others we then heard the president say is voluntary and he's not going to do what we have yet to see any high profile ma'am high profile member of the admin straight should do so so yeah there are a lot of confusing things and a lot of things that just leave your head spinning yet let let's talk about that mixed messaging on the mask for a second because the president's wife the First Lady says she will wear a mask the president said he won't areas as you pointed out accurately it's a recommendation it's not mandatory but here's where it gets confusing I think for some people because everyone looks to doctors Berks and beyond out she as you know as the experts of which they are and when found she was asked yesterday if he's going to wear a mask and or and or why he doesn't he put it in a great perspective for me and I'm gonna use bills M. for and Charlie Parker as an example I felt she said if Charlie Parker has corona virus has Kobe had nineteen is positive if Charlie Parker wears a mask that would protect bills them for from getting what it would help protect bills ever forget from getting the virus from me but if Charlie Parker does not just got tested this out she did and is negative putting on a mask isn't going to do anything yeah here's the issue Charlie and I ate it is that we now know that this illness can be a symptomatic short on time so if you have not been tested a you may not have any symptoms you may not think you have it you don't wear a mask and you go out and you actually are creating a problem for other people so and and then that's why the CDC has changed its opinion on this early on you remember they said no less you have the illness there's no reason to wear a mask well you may have the illness and not now not in our area is so that's why they're they're saying it's better to be safe than sorry on this everybody should wear a mask when they go out needless to say as soon as that word came out my wife pranked out about three dozen of these things using using materials he found in the attic so yeah we have a bunch of my around here one other point of confusion on our part to others really one has to do with his medication the Clark went right it despite the fact that the president is really pushing this the federal government is stockpiled millions of doses of this there has been no comprehensive clinical evidence that it does work strictly anecdotal it's being used in trials lot of people confused about it you can't go to your doctor and get a prescription for it and it should not be used as a preventative that we know there's still a lot of information we have to get it could turn out to be something that could be useful we just don't know yet and it could actually be dangerous if you just try to use it on your own yeah and and I'm glad you brought that part out because the president said yesterday you know again backed him more mixed messaging and certainly it's not intentional but the president said you know it's been used for things before and he did as you just pointed out a lot we don't know if this is gonna work but there we can try it there's nothing to lose well dad's

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Americans brace for 'hardest, saddest' week of their lives

Memphis Morning News

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Americans brace for 'hardest, saddest' week of their lives

"Is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans live Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams calls a perhaps our Pearl Harbor or nine eleven moment reiterating the need to be socially distant though president trump maintains there could be light at the end of the tunnel after New York the hardest hit states saw daily decrease in deaths over the weekend the full power of American government in American enterprises it really is this is an all out military operation that we've waged

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Americans brace for 'hardest, saddest' week of their lives

John Reid

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Americans brace for 'hardest, saddest' week of their lives

"Details with the nation already reeling from covert nineteen is catastrophic death toll the Surgeon General warning Americans to brace for what could be the hardest and saddest week of their lives the next week is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment it's going to be our nine eleven moment officials say three hot zones across the country New York Detroit and Louisiana are likely a week from hitting the apex leaders they're pleading for help saying their healthcare systems are on the brink of disaster

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Trump tempers officials' grave assessments with optimism

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Trump tempers officials' grave assessments with optimism

"President trump is striking an optimistic tone even as the nation's top doctor warns of a grim week to calm as the corona virus pandemic continues killing more Americans Surgeon General Jerome Adams told CNN yesterday this will be the hardest and saddest week of most Americans lives comparing it to nine eleven and Pearl Harbor but to the president we're starting to see light at the end of the tunnel and vice president we are beginning to see the glimmers of progress the president says he and the Surgeon General are on the same page yes this week will be rough can never be happy when so many people are dying but the nation essentially needs to get over the hump to where things start changing hopefully we can get this over with America's virus death toll is approaching ten thousand Sager made Ghani Washington

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Americans brace for ‘hardest, saddest’ week of their lives

After Hours with Rick Kogan

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Americans brace for ‘hardest, saddest’ week of their lives

"Toll the Surgeon General warning Americans to brace for what could be the hardest and saddest week of their lives the next week is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment it's going to be our nine eleven moment officials say three hot zones across the country New York Detroit and Louisiana are likely a week from hitting the apex leaders they're pleading for help saying their healthcare systems are on the brink of

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on The Daily Article

"This is the daily Article podcast published by the Denison Forum or culture changing Christians to receive the daily article directly to your Korea. Mail inbox each weekday morning. Visit the daily Article Dot Com. Now here's Today's news discerned differently the the USS Arizona has seen its last burial. Lauren Brunner was the second to last man to escape the ship. During the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor he was one of only three hundred thirty. Four crew members to survive the December seventh nineteen forty one attack that killed eleven hundred seventy seven of his fellow sailors when the ship exploded. Brunner swam across seventy feet of burning water to reach the repair ship. US vestal he suffered burns nearly eighty eighty percent of his body and was wounded by Japanese gunfire. He recovered from his injuries and returned to sea serving aboard the destroyer. USS Coggan an eight more battles against the Japanese. He died this year in September tenth just months before his ninety ninth birthday more than nine hundred sailors are entombed within the sunken ship. The remains of forty-three USS Arizona survivors have been interred there over the years as well per his request. An Urn containing containing Brunner's ashes was placed by divers inside the ship. Saturday the seventy eight. Th Anniversary of the attack Lauren. Brunner will be the final person to be in turn on the USS Arizona. The last three living survivors plan to be laid to rest with their families does hearing hearing about Lauren Brunner filled with gratitude for his courage. It does for me especially because what happened at Pearl Harbor so directly changed what would become my life. My father grew up in a small town in Kansas with plans to become a doctor he had never seen Japan prior to the date. That will live in infamy. I doubt he had heard of have Pearl Harbor before it was attacked. When President Roosevelt declared war on Japan? My father immediately enlisted in the army and fought the Japanese in the South Pacific. Most of the men with whom he served died there. He witnessed atrocities that would mark him for the rest of his life. His entire trajectory was changed changed by his military service. Sixteen million other Americans joined my father in serving our nation during World War Two of their number four hundred five thousand three hundred ninety nine were killed in action and six hundred seventy one thousand two hundred seventy eight were wounded. No one who served our nation Asian would ever be the same we owe them a debt of gratitude. We can never repay. I was reading through I. Chronicles and in came upon the passage made famous by Bruce Wilkinson's bestseller the prayer of job as Chavez called upon the god of Israel. Saying oh that you would. Bless me and enlarge border and that your hand might be with me and that you would keep me from harm so that it might not bring me pain and God granted what he asked. For God to enlarge his border meant to increase his territory and influence job is wanted his life to count as fully fully as possible but he knew that this was impossible unless the hand of God was with him to lead empower and protect such a prayer may seem audacious audacious but God granted what he asked. It seems that the Lord wants us to seek to be all we can be for his glory and the good of others ask yourself. We are to work hardly in all we do. Are you doing so. God wants us to approve. What is excellent? And so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ. Are you ready for that day. Our Father Empowers what he expects his divine power has granted to us. It's all things that pertain to life and godliness. Through the knowledge of Him who called us to his glory and excellence are you seeking such empowerment as I read about Lauren. Brunner this weekend and thought about my father's sacrifice I was inspired to make job as prayer my own. If millions of men and women could give their best to serve our nation. I can give my best to serve my Lord. Here's the problem. It is tempting to settle for less than our best when our good seems better than others. If we have not yielded to cultural pressure on abortion homosexual relations euthanasia et CETERA. Uh we can conclude that we are more moral than those who have but heterosexual sexual sin is sin as well. God cares for the poor as well was the unborn. He wants the best medical care for the indigent as well as the terminally ill and he wants us to champion all that he champions. I've noticed is that it is easier to preach against sins. I am not tempted to commit. Personally it is interesting that Jesus chose to be born in a secular stable rather than a religious religious shrine he chose for his first worshippers field hands who were ritually unclean and unwelcome at the Temple or synagogue. The first religious leaders who who met him were pagans from what we call a ran today. Jesus chose to make his home in Galilee of the gentiles neither he nor any of his apostles had had revenue training. None would be ordained as we know the term today in other words God intends his kingdom to extend to every corner of the culture. Not Not just the parts we call spiritual here. We discover a subtle but deadly temptation of the enemy. If he cannot lead us to reject all spirituality he will tempt to confine it to a day a morning habit a select group and to call ourselves good because we are better than some Abraham Kuyper said there is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence. Over which Christ who is sovereign over all. It does not cry mine. The more we are submitted to Jesus the more we can be used by him the more our lives count for what counts. Most I the more we experience his abundant life and are more than conquerors through him. Who loved us? How fully will you surrender to the sovereignty of Jesus? This is Christ today as you consider your urine giving opportunities please pray about donating to the Denison Forum. As is a Christian nonprofit organization. We rely on financial gifts to continue our mission of building a movement of Culture Changing Christians. All gifts will be matched up to total of one hundred fifty thousand dollars and are tax deductible for the year consider giving today at daily Article Dot Org. Did you now that the daily Article podcast is available on most major podcast platforms. It's also an Alexa flash briefing perfect for your morning routine consider subscribing to the daily article. podcast on your preferred podcasting platform and thank you for listening.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:33 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On Pearl Harbor and what a mess a lot of facts I have made it through history for the record Yamamoto admiral you sort of cool young model never said that if we invade America there will be a rifle behind every blade of grass but he thought that and he told Japanese general staff that so it was sort of in the spirit of something he would have said he was a Harvard educated absolute hands down genius I'm and it's been well documented what they got wrong and Pearl Harbor but there's a very obscure incident near and dear to my heart as I was born and grew up in Hawaii and it's the tale of of the legendary Hawaiian band kinda Haley and the so called neo incident yeah I was a privately owned island and I thought that I would teleport us urine KFI to NY L. seventy eight years after the so called me L. incident if you've never heard of this listen close because this is an amazing American stories such a compelling story is going to be a major movie except they cast a like the scraggly little white guy to play this gigantic six foot three Hawaiian hero by the name of been kinda Haley so let's go to me live on the L. Brian take it away well thanks Brian Hey it's Brian suits here and I am on the island of NY L. and it is December seventh nineteen forty one media now is the westernmost island in the Hawaiian chain I was born on the one who and I went to school in elementary school and through a fifth grade in a while and there's a household name in Hawaii and that most Americans don't know wouldn't have never heard of it of course Pearl Harbor is a household name throughout American frankly throughout much of the world because that of course was the event that finally get America off the fence into World War two I am just just under about two hundred miles or so from Pearl Harbor neat yeah now is a tiny island it's so approximately tear drop shaped with the point of the tear drop pointing west in the bulb pointing east now this island was purchased for ten thousand dollars in gold in nineteen department eighteen sixty four buy a the Robinson family from can command may the fifth the the last member the command may have family to rule the islands and this island about sixty three square miles had been in the private hands of the Robinson family since eighteen sixty four this is the only privately owned island in the Hawaiian chain and it remains in the Robinson family the ownership to this day but this day Lee is December seventh nineteen forty one and right about now over at Pearl Harbor the first wave of Japanese are attacking the US Pacific Fleet at anchor now of course you all remember last year in nineteen forty when president Franklin Delano Roosevelt Sally to have the Pacific Fleet from San Diego it's traditional anchorage and moved it forward to Pearl Harbor this was one of many different the the sort of political maneuvers FE are dead to send messages to both the Germans and the Japanese to the United States didn't want to fight but was prepared to fight one year ago December nineteen forty FDR called up the National Guard throughout America every national guardsmen in America has done an active duty already for one year this was a message to Hitler and to the Japanese so they were about to come off their one year mandatory active duty several hundred thousand men at least they think they are they think they're going to be home for Christmas but here's the bad news in a couple minutes the airfields Wheeler and Hickam airforce bases or air stations are going to be hit by the Japanese fighters are going to be caught on the ground because the local commanders rather than dispersing the aircraft to sandbag many bunkers called revenants instead they opted to cluster the aircraft on the airfields on the taxi ways at cetera so that they could secure them better well they're about to get a really bad piece of news I can tell you and that is a waves of Japanese fighters are about to S. sweep in and begin strafing with the the parked fighters one of those Japanese pilots airman first class Shigenori Nishi K. ichi he's Sir twenty two years old he he will be here in in a few days and he's busy pulling his nose over and strafing a bunch of P. forty tomahawk said Hey come air base there just to the west side of Pearl Harbor no I don't know this because I'm on neat yeah and there's no telephone lines here a few people have radios in in in fact the population here in NY L. was never told to move when the Robinson family bought this island they became landlords of the several hundred families mainly Hawaiian who are picking farmers and terra route farmers said chicken farmers they've been living here of course for centuries the one of the new things is the influx of Japanese immigrants since the turn of the century since about nineteen oh five as Japanese began to legally migrate to the wine islands to begin working in the pineapple fields etcetera there's a couple prominent Japanese families here in NY L. they've assimilated pretty well they've even learned quite a few words of Hawaiian which is still the primary language here on the ego most of the residents here speaks some words of English but they communicate with each other in Hawaiian as they say there's no radio so nobody knows that in in a few minutes I am in first class Nishi Keiichi is going to be hit now the plan for the Japanese with pretty simple it was incomplete radio silence Sally from their port in in Japan the northern Japan in late November the four carriers see Kaga Akagi sword you and hear you flying dragon here you that is loose the airman first class knew she K. she's home basically here you the flying dragon they've executed this maneuver with absolute precision and they are now to the north west of Hawaii without ever communicating by radio so nobody knew they were coming and the first wave was going to take out the the air defenses of the of the island of Oahu and that would be the fighters on the tarmac and the the taxi ways and any any aircraft defenses they can find sun within a few moments of those attacks the torpedo and dive bombers would begin attacking their main target which was the American Pacific Fleet at anchor on this Sunday morning the aircraft carriers were the primary target the Japanese news that the key to the next great naval war would be who ever possessed effective aircraft carriers they weren't there this is a surprise to the Japanese as a as they crested the ridge is said over look Honolulu the Japanese commander of the air forces in the air about to attack Pearl Harbor reported back to everyone to go that the carriers were not there the carriers are so big that it was that obvious however all the battle ships were there and so the attack commence dive bombing enter P. doing the entirety of the American Pacific Fleet battleships of course battle ships were the capital ship a World War one battle ships ruled the waves and there was a there was a very very vocal battleship mafia that resisted the primacy of aircraft carriers throughout the thirties so it was fairly obvious to everybody in the navy the ability to strike a target four hundred miles away before it ever saw you and or even knew where you were was priceless it was something a battleship couldn't do because a battle ship of course had to literally have a line of sight from its fire direction tower to the target that aircraft carrier it did not especially with this new fangled radar that the British had developed and we had developed as well and so for the Japanese it was a bitter disappointment to not see the aircraft carriers but he got to do what you gotta do so they press their attacks into the battleships and it was at this point that airman first class knew she Keiichi zero his aches is Mitsubishi A. six M. two zero was hit by the anti aircraft fire apparently from the USS Oklahoma is their craft was not fatally hit yet but he could no longer press an attack and he couldn't make it back to hear you because of course there was gonna be three waves of Pearl Harbor this was the first wife the plan was for all the Japanese the surviving aircraft to make it back refuel rearm and come back for a second wave which they did and then if necessary a third way was going to occur a third wave where hopefully the American air defenses will be completely destroyed no aircraft would be in the air no any aircraft but the Americans put up a pretty surprising defense the Japanese lost quite a few aircraft it out of the first wave and for a navy and airforce U. S. Army Air Corps to go from a sleeping hung over Saturday morning state into a state of full combat readiness was actually not something that the Japanese had ever assumed in the war plan they assume that the complete surprise a Pearl Harbor would render the Americans in shock but this was so far for the Japanese going to plan in terms of hitting the the ships of the Pacific Fleet mainly the battleships but for airman first class knew she Keiichi he had to execute the escape plan and the Japanese had a plan for down there but if you had to get your aircraft or lose your aircraft the Japanese had a plan of where you would land and they would pick you up by submarine and that was where I'm standing the island of neo so the needy incident sounds exciting next we'll go well we'll go back to me live on the island in the L. it is the Sony veneris array of Pearl Harbor retelling the story of the knee io incident on KFI A. M. six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio at Michael.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It past that day at Pearl Harbor on the intrepid Mike Sugerman WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time five forty eight let's get to traffic and weather together it's where we go every ten minutes on the eight that scene where we could be looking at a hundred going back to the cross county parkway in Yonkers where you have a crash in the westbound direction right around route twenty two that's causing eastbound delays as well as more west penalties up ahead as well making your way down towards run zeroed in exit one as you head south on the saw mill them more delays over by the clean air earlier crash is cleared with the residual please remain if you're traveling southbound saw mill even the southbound through a approaching the D. and that's where the deacon begins right by McLean and yeah that's moving a little bit better now even though that earlier incident too because a lot of action if you're traveling north county approaching Yankee Stadium in the George Washington bridge very heavy the north west side how we try to get to the ramp to the George still very heavy with delays as well go ahead it's in parkway to avoid some of that you get action if you're heading into the George Washington bridge looking at thirty minutes on that upper level twenty five lower deck about twenty minutes of the inbound link in worse at the hollow because of the Pulaski skyway closure causing lots of the lease over by route nine totally Avenue south down route nine about it had never you just a real heavy right westbound on one thirty nine as well so that's twenty and twenty out at the Holland tunnel if you're traveling towards Jersey city it's going to be rough though heading over by that one thirty nine covered roadway our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS now with the W. CBS excision weather forecast our meteorologist Frank Stree quite cold tonight bundle if you'll be out snuggle up if you'll begin twenty six for the low and mid town.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Pearl Harbor she had a whole wide shooter then killed himself we have CBS news military consultant my clients if there's any new information on the incident well it it seems as though a tax on on the dry dock portion of the the bay is offline it's where the main it's takes place in the fact that this sailor went to their tells me that day he he must have some level of frustration with what was going on with the ship why he turned the gun on himself and killed himself still remains to be seen but the dry dock portion of where it is not where there are a lot of sailors and I think that to the security reaction team able to get in there and shut this down as fast as possible Mike on an installation like that are there any restrictions on carrying a firearm for service members there are restrictions and they're going to find out how he might have the weapon it is possession legally but the fact that he can keep open carrier are carried on their likely is against the post to regulations and the commander's intent there and so what formal part of this investigation will determine where he got the weapon from where it came from and how to get on base and it's pretty easy to bring that end up in a car or something like that what you've done but just a lot of it has to do with specifically who the seller was talking with my clients from CBS news meanwhile Mike we've had this seizure of water described as missile parts belonging to our ran by a U. S. ship what why is that such an important seizure there in that part of the world well the Iranian seem to be moving the missiles around masked up what has people concerned their reports this morning of them actually moving and into a rock and that really surprises me because when they move into Iraq now that it's almost antagonizing yeah states to do something they really don't have to move them that's far from a rocker still looking to hit Israel to move them into Baghdad or moved in that the places inside of Iraq is really coming their nose right about us and and and most forcing us to respond yeah it is really feel for example that those missiles are threatening to them they're just going to go after that doesn't matter that they're sitting inside of a rock but the bottom line if you're reading to continue to do antagonistic things within that part of the world in the matter to try to show that they are the hegemonic power and Mike one more issue regarding Iran there are comments from a state department official this morning that says they believe the US government believes are rand's forces may have killed more than a thousand people in the recent protests is that something you believe could trigger a response from the international community the international community still walks and excels when it comes to Iran I I don't know why a lot of it has to do with because they feel that the market as an open they want the market to open up to get a pass when it comes to their nuclear capability there so I don't think it's going to have to be a much larger number is going to be greater outrage in order for the international community to respond going on a rock retired major my clients from CBS news by the way there's late information from the Associated Press a military official now says that sailor at Pearl Harbor used his service weapons to kill two civilian workers and wounded third news time fifty four check your will they or won't they U. S. stocks rose as investors speculated.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At the Pearl Harbor naval shipyard a member of the U. S. navy turns the gun on fellow workers as KGMB TV's Chuck Sean king reports the motive is unclear and the names of the suspect and victims have not been released the military has confirmed the shooter was a sailor who shot three people before taking his own life military officials say the three victims were civilian workers from the department of defense the names of the two people who died are not being released yet nor is the sailors name he's reported to have been with the USS Columbia submarine joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam is a combined U. S. navy and Air Force base located about eight miles from Honolulu the shipyard is across the harbor from the national Pearl Harbor memorial for the seventy eighth anniversary of the Japanese attack on the basically marked on Saturday members of the house Judiciary Committee wrapped up more than eight hour hearing into the possible impeachment of president trump it amounted to a crash course on the constitution with three constitutional scholars telling lawmakers that they believe the evidence is there to impeach the president CBS is Nancy cordis clincher they argued was the president's request for a favor from Ukraine even as he withheld millions in military aid to an ally at war if what we're talking about is not impeachable then nothing is a beach ball it is simply just not right publicans relied on their invited witness CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley this statement has been made to this is a clear case of bribery it's not so if I were to summarize your your testimony no bribery no distortion.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The Pearl Harbor on Carmen Roberts fox news a gunman opens fire at the naval shipyard in Honolulu in the area told by my chief to hunker down stay indoors and just be safe killing two department of defense civilian workers and injuring a third who is in stable condition the shooter was tenderly been identified as a active duty sailor assigned to U. S. S. Columbia ISSN seven seventy one is also deceased by an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound rear admiral Robert Chadwick no motive given for the shooting at joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam which comes just three days before the seventy eighth anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor the house Judiciary Committee starts as hearings bringing in for a legal experts for the impeachment inquiry fox's Mike Emanuel has more from Capitol Hill with the stakes so high ranking Republican Doug Collins fired back noting the committee would not be hearing from fact witnesses really we're bringing you in here today to testify also that most of you already written about professor Pamela Carlin started out firing back at Doug Collins here Mister Collins I would like to say to you Sir that I read transcripts of every one of the witnesses I'm insulted by the suggestion that as a law professor I don't care about those facts fester Noah Feldman gave house Democrats exactly what they wanted president trump's conduct as described in the testimony and evidence clearly constitute impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors under the constitution the one Republican witness Jonathan Turley from George Washington University warn Congress about overstepping its authority president trump is back in Washington tonight after attending the two day and NATO.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"After this country in Pearl Harbor they came out to us at nine eleven we carry the grease and the hurt but we are always amazed at our worst parts that we pulled together I just read to each other we will rise they tried to bring us back. bridge they try to be out of stone wall. in every generation what the words really well wrong. we will for healthcare for all. the start of god. well. what is it about well. hello America are too hard to come together together to work together. we define our true and I'll tell you right now we well. well. well. really well. well. really well. well. democratic presidential candidate senator Cory Booker at the Polk County steak fry into more in Iowa Saturday..

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"That of course was President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Addressing Congress on the morning of December eight nine hundred forty-one hello and welcome to this special episode of no home for he wrote no home for Heroes Explores histories military mysteries regarding regarding Americans who are missing in action from our past wars. These long forgotten M. I. A. R. Remember here. Today's episode is from Case Number Zero Zero. Oh nine nine of the investing case files achieve Rick Stone and Family Charitable Foundation and it's titled Channa Cap Slob Pearl Harbor Mystery three and I'm your host were extolled. No home for heroes is a trademark production sponsored by the Chief Rick Stone Family Charitable Foundation for more information on the foundation visit our website at. WWW chief rick stone dot com stay tuned while we tell you about a how I simple uniform accessory a uniform cap may hold the clue to solving not just one but perhaps to of history's enduring mysteries from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December seventh nineteen forty one. I don't think that I ever cease to be amazed and impressed oppressed by President Roosevelt speech on the morning to Congress the next day all of us here at the foundation want to dedicate this episode so the men and women on board the USS Normandy. It's a guided missile cruiser hull number. CG Sixty somewhere it's the between hither hither and Yon Happy Birthday Captain Today. Show is a special tribute to you and your gallant crew sometimes the most mundane at items left behind the scene can solve a mystery a parking tickets off the son of Sam murders many many years years ago a discarded cigarette butt has been the key clued many DNA at implications of criminal suspects and today we're going to take an officer's officer's uniform cap and add it to modern forensic investigative techniques to solve a military mystery that has baffled the Department of Defense for almost seventy eight years. Anyone who knows me knows that I like uniform caps. I wore uniform cap all of my career and police servers I know I know I know that makes me old school in the day when baseball caps are part of the uniform of everyone from police officers I the naval officers well ball caps has place but they just don't look professional to me for those of us in uniform and don't even get me started on beards facial tattoos and nose rings for people in uniform besides as my friend. I'm David now. Fellow police chief tells me there's just no way to set a johnny angle or put a fifty mission crush on a baseball cap so oh set-back relaxed put your feet up and yep even tilt your cap back on your head as we take a magical mystery tour through time on today's. He's no homes for heroes. It's our mission today. Hopefully bring closure to an enduring mystery from the dark days that President Roosevelt spoke spoke about after the attack on Pearl Harbor in one thousand nine hundred forty one the US California whole number bb forty four war was a Tennessee class battleship originally displacing thirty two thousand three hundred tonnes it had a link of six hundred and twenty four and a half feet and on a regional beam of ninety seven point three feet it contained accrue fifty seven officers one thousand and twenty six men from nineteen twenty one one nine hundred forty one the US California served as the flagship of the United States Pacific Fleet or what was known as the battle Fli she she was assigned to the west coast of the United States to and then to Hawaii in May nineteen forty due to growing concerns over relations with the empire of Japan on the morning of December seventh nineteen forty one. USS California was more at the southernmost birth of what was then known as battleship row adjacent to Ford Island at Pearl Harbor Hawaii. Many of her watertight compartments in hatches were open in anticipation of an inspection to to be performed by command personnel later that day shortly before eight hundred hours air naval forces the Japanese launched a surprise is attack which concentrated a worship so the Pacific Fleet anchored at Pearl Harbor the USS California was struck by one torpedo below the ship's Armor Bell L. located between frames forty six frame sixty and another torpedo also below the armor belt between frames ninety five and one hundred at a forty five hours eight forty five hours a five hundred fifty one pound aerial bomb entered the ship's upper deck level at frame sixty pass through the main deck and exploded on the armored second day the bomb set off an anti aircraft ammunition magazine and killed about half of Wahlen lost that day on the USS California an additional aerial bomb missed its intended target but landed close enough to rupture the California's bow vow plight at about ten o'clock in the morning smoke and fires aboard ship caused evacuation of the forward engine room which greatly inhibited the pump neck which had been initiated in an effort to keep the ship afloat despite a heroic three day effort by her crew for which three individuals were later awarded the Medal of honor the progressive flooding from the ship caused her to Settle Upright on the bottom of Pearl Harbor with only her superstructure picture remaining above the waterline in the aftermath of the attack an organized effort by surviving crew members was begun to locate an identified the dead from the USS California a total of one hundred one hundred even dead were counted along with sixty two wounded the dead were transported to either Helaba able cemetery or Nuuanu cemetery where they were processed identified if possible and buried salvage of the USS California began within days of the attack but accelerated in February.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"No Ma make the walnut comes premeditated in the American people. I love Mike will win through I believe in separate the Wilma Congress and the people when I ask that we will not only defend those those the Pharma Letter again and Dangerous Telenews exist. There is no blinking at the fact that People Kadoorie and the rest are in grave danger with confidence in our forth with the funding combination people Jane then another plan. Ah I asked Congress that's the unprovoked and ugly by Japan on Sunday in Nineteen Thirty one eight state law has existed Ed Stadium and the Japanese Tampa.

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"The spread of the Senate the House of Representatives on the business less some nineteen forty one uh which will land in infamy United States of America what suddenly deliberately intact by Naval Air Office of the Empire of Japan the United States will have peace with that makes them and atmos- Elizabeth Japan Japan in conversation with this government and its Ambra todd the maintenance of the in the Pacific indeed one hour job ask squadrons that demand in the American of Oahu the Japanese ambassador's that the United States date and his collie delivered so secretary of state a farmer reply aw recent American method implying that it seemed useless continue on the existing diplomatic negotiations it contained and no threat law are on attack. It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii Wii from Japan makes it up this but the attack was deliberately plan. Many days are even run..

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Mm-hmm. Ed sat at his post on the dock on able to move paralyzed by some unseen force. The darkness of the night was oppressive as the lapping waves slapped against the wooden beams that held the talk in place out upon the water floated to hulking behemoths of steel and iron their massive shapes only visible within the dark skies and dark waters. Thanks to the movements of their crews in the night, thousands of sailors bustled about the deck in the dim glow of the orange light Ed knew something horrid was about to happen. He tried to avert his eyes. But he could not look away the great metal beasts grown as they turned in the water from deep beneath the waves at heard, no Ed felt the shattering and trim Lous. Clink of metal on metal. The waves erupted inflame the metal halls of the metal beasts blasting into shards and fragments of their former selves oil spread across the water the flames spreading with it. All edco it here were the dying screams of the men on board. Ed woke from his nightmare drenched in sweat. He struggled to tap down. His fear is visceral terror. It had only been a dream, but something was terribly wrong. Still shaking. It got dressed and went to work at the docks that morning the morning of December. Seventh nineteen forty one. Welcome to haunted places on the Parkhouse network. I'm Greg Poulsen every Thursday. I take you to the scariest areas most haunted real places on earth this week. Join me on a supernatural journey to Pearl Harbor Hawaii. And discover why to this day. It's haunted. Par cast were grateful for you our listeners, you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave the five star review wherever you listening. It really does help we also now have merchandise. Head depar- cast dot com slash merch. For more information, listen to more episodes of haunted places as well. As par casts. Other podcasts on your favorite podcast directory. On December seventh nineteen forty one. The imperial Japanese navy air service attack, the US naval base at Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian island of a wa who the horrific events were declared by president Franklin Roosevelt as a date that will live in infamy and ushered America into World War Two. I'm bad, quiet. Sunday morning. Eight battleships were more at Ford island along with some smaller support vessels. Just before eight AM a wave of one hundred eighty three Japanese planes, flew over Pearl Harbor, dropping armor, piercing bombs and torpedoes a second wave of seventy eight Japanese planes soon, followed. The US fleet was ambushed and decimated. In addition to Pearl Harbor, the Japanese also targeted other military bases on who including nearby Hickam airfield and Scofield barracks. Now the other side of the island severely incapacitating the US military's ability to fight back. In fact, only eight American pilots were able to launch planes and mountain air response during the attacks in just under two hours, the Japanese majorly crippled, the US's Hawaiian military installation, especially the naval force nearly eighty five percent of American planes on who were destroyed or damaged Twenty-one. Naval vessels were damaged destroyed or sunken by the time the attacks ended over twenty three hundred American servicemen and civilians had perished another twelve hundred people were wounded in response to Cimber eighth. The you. US declared war on Japan. Meanwhile, at Pearl Harbor destruction and chaos reigned a huge operation was underway. Locating survivors.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Pearl Harbor is December seven seventy years since that attack. But always we come back to the events of that month to understand the scale of the threat to the people of the United States and to Europe and to the planet from the sudden attack in Hawaii on wa who by the Japanese imperial navy, and how that knitted together with the scale of the threat in Europe because Europe had been at war for several years. Now, suddenly, the United States is plunged into this by the sneak attack while the Japanese are suing for what you'd have to say is a treaty or in some way and accommodation with the American people and their on voice were in in Washington, while the attack took place in wa who that burn president Roosevelt a deal. There's a new book, and it is a book I recommend highly to read each year at Christmas time. To understand what threat is and what was achieved in the twentieth century by our grandparents now Pearl Harbor Christmas a world at war, December nineteen forty one Stanley Weintraub is the author Stanley. Congratulations and good evening. I begin tonight to ask you that in your reading because you've knitted together all of these events around the world the Roosevelt's at the White House, those critical days, the seventh eighth and ninth. Did they feel the fear that was in Europe? Did they feel the fear that was in the Pacific where they shocked to good evening Stanley? Good evening with you. I think the people in on the west coast felt a good deal of dismay because they thought that they could possibly be next. There was not so much dismay. In the middle of the country or on the east coast because we thought we were insulated from Japan. We hadn't even thought of Germany at this point. The president makes a fireside chat with today's. He the the attack is on Sunday the seventh on Monday, the eighth the president goes before congress and ask for a declaration of war. And that's the very famous in the day of infamy speech that the president has made he calls it a date not a day. But a date that will live in infamy, and that speech the congress. Cheers him and is very well known. But the next day on Tuesday, the president sits down with a fire side chat. And I'd like you to listen to the president's words, this is the actual fireside chat. When he reads in not only the Japanese attack. But also the fact that we're going to war in Europe because this is a fresh story for the American people. Here's roosevelt. Not for. World this late. Nathan represent.

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Nineteen forty Pearl Harbor is December seven. It is seventy years since that attack. But always we come back to the events of that month to understand the scale of the threat to the people of the United States and to Europe and to the planet from the sudden attack in Hawaii on wa who by the Japanese imperial navy, and how that knitted together with the scale of the threat in Europe because Europe had been at war for several years. Now, suddenly the United States is plunged into this by the sneak attack. Well, the Japanese are suing for what you'd have to say is treaty or in some way, an accommodation with the American people, and they're an on voice were in in Washington, while the attack took place in wa who that burn president Roosevelt a deal. There's a new book, and it is a book I recommend highly to read each year at Christmas time to understand what threat is and what was achieved in the twentieth. Century by our grandparents now, Pearl Harbor Christmas a world at war, December nineteen forty one Stanley Weintraub is the author Stanley. Congratulations and good evening. I begin tonight to ask you that in your reading because you've knitted together all of these events around the world the Roosevelt's at the White House, those critical days, the seventh eighth and nine. Did. They feel the fear that was in Europe. Did they feel the fear? That was in the Pacific were they shocked to good evening Stanley. Good evening you. I think the people in on the west coast felt a good deal of dismay. Because they thought that they could possibly be mixed. There was not so much dismay. In the middle of the country or on the east coast because we thought we were insulated from Japan. We hadn't even thought of Germany at this point. The president makes a fireside chat where two days he the the attack is on Sunday the seventh on Monday, the eighth the president goes before congress and ask for a declaration of war. And that's the very famous in the day of infamy speech that the president has made he calls it a date not a day. But a date that will live in infamy, and that speech the congress. Cheers him and is very well known. But the next day on Tuesday, the president sits down with a fireside chat. And I'd like you to listen to the president's words, this is the actual fireside chat. When he reads in not only the Japanese attack. But also the fact that we're going to war in Europe because this is fresh story for the American people. Here's roosevelt. Wall luck pecan. But for a world input. All this can represent..

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Roosevelt. After Pearl Harbor. That declaration of war World War Two that victory. Every good thing that has come since. The idea that war never solved. Anything is total myth. It's nonsense. Always has been always will be the idea that violence is never solved. Anything is total myth. It's nonsense. Always has been always will be at doesn't mean you should be violent for the sake of violence. It only means that sometimes you got to actually fight. And you can't just fight. Show them. You can when you fight you have to destroy the enemy until there is nothing left until you make them beg you to stop until like in the case of Japan. You made them surrender. And admit that hero hito is not a God. That's how you do it. That's how you have to do it. To our good and loyal subjects after pondering deeply the general trends of the world and the actual conditions of taming in our empire today. We've decided to affect the settlements of the present situation by resorting to an extraordinary measure. We have ordered our government to communicate to the governments of the United States, Great Britain China and Soviet Union that are empire accepts their provisions of their joint declaration. It's with that that hero hito. Accepted the pasta and declaration..

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"pearl harbor" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

15:56 min | 2 years ago

"pearl harbor" Discussed on WRVA

"Download the free app. And welcome back to coast to coast. Matthew Swain with us. His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Couple of his other books onto rock and roll ghosts of country music, more haunted, rock and roll. We'll talk a little bit about that tonight as well. Tonight right now, we're talking about his latest haunted World War Two soldiers spirits, ghosts planes, and strange synchronicity Pearl Harbor is it haunted or not? It's extremely haunted. According to a lot of the people that go there and many of the people tourists people who are interested in history. Go there. We'll talk about the feelings. They have when they're touring Pearl Harbor, especially the the USS Arizona memorial, which is essentially a tomb a mass grave, and they'll tell you what a moving experiences, and again, we think about that idea that somehow the power of that event has etched itself into the time and space. Around Pearl Harbor and the ghost stories that have been told about that famous area are pretty extensive. There's one story of of a sailor who apparently left his watch on the USS, Arizona. Just briefly. And then during that time where he left the ship. It was attacked and sunk. And now there's this story of this forlorn-looking sailor standing at the standing at the edge of the memorial kind of looking out into the bay where the Arizona now rests. So that goes story has been told quite a bit. Excuse me. There's also a story of of a one lady who took a picture just of the memorial. And of course, the waves in the memorial. And then when she looked at it, there seemed to be faces in the in the the picture is very in that went on online throughout and not only is the area Pearl Harbor the harbor itself. Haunted, but there have been ghost stories at places like the show field barracks and Hickam Air base areas that were part of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and one place in particular in Hickam. There was a headquarters building that supposedly served as a morgue after the attack and had some two hundred three hundred bodies in it and the places so haunted. They said that they moved to the Q desk, which is usually inside the building they sit now say they post the guards outside of the building because of all the complain. The soldiers had of this ghostly activity, the sound of people running up and down steps to such a degree that the steps the staircase it self would shake, so it's a it's a pretty haunted place, the desert, FOX, Rommel, the the Nazi Panzer tank leader. Had some incredible things happened to him. He died in nineteen forty four. Uh-huh. But what does he still haunt? Well, that's probably the most interesting story that I found when I when I started to research this book because I did initially looks to see if I could find the ghosts of a lot of famous generals tat and Eisenhower as well as some of the the axis powers and Erwin Rommel has always been kind of a subject of fascination for me. So I started to you know, try to find if there were any ghost stories about him. I thought he might be found in North Africa, which is where he gained much of his famous the desert FOX, maybe on the shores of Normandy. He would be among those many ghosts that appear in Normandy. He was really behind the. Architecture the development of the fortifications there in the constructions of the defenses along with what was considered the Atlantic wall. Or maybe he would be in Germany, but I actually found ghost stories about Rommel in the United States believe it or not. So one of the places as mount Ron cemetery and Winchester Virginia people claim to see this figure long trench coat a cap on looking over the graves, and and there are some people who say that he is actually at the the graves he's seen at the graves of some of patents general Patton's ancestors. And then there's a in in West Virginia where they claimed that Rommel haunt. So what's the story behind that? There is a story that between the wars Rommel along with a few other German generals traveled on a secret trip to America to visit some of the bad battlefields of the civil war, particularly they were looking at the way that stonewall Jackson maneuvered through the Shenandoah valley. Alley. So this is why this story that Erwin Rommel haunts these areas is is around today. They think that he has left his spirit here because he wants once visited the site. Now is there any historical basis for this? I haven't been able to find any and most historians will tell you that it never have happened that the German generals never came here. People who believed these stories say it was a a secret mission. And therefore there would be no historic record. Exactly. That was kind of the interesting one for me in what about other World War Two infamous people. Do they still show up haunt? Well, there's some really interesting stories for me. There's there's one that Churchill still haunts a subway in in in London that once served as kind of a temporary bomb, shelter and. And people have seen his spirit there. I found this story that Churchill actually witnessed the ghost of ABRAHAM LINCOLN in World War Two to be fascinating. He said that he and I hate to lay this imagery on your listeners. But according to Churchill he had stepped out of the bathroom completely naked in. What's now called the Lincoln bedroom of the White House, and he had traveled to the White House on several occasions to visit with the FDR, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, as well as other officials from the American side, he steps out of the bathroom, and there's ABRAHAM LINCOLN leaning against the mantle. And I think Churchill says something like when Lincoln turns to face him Churchill says something like I see you've caught me at a disadvantage, Mr President and then Lincoln fades away. So that was kind of. Lincoln probably faded away quickly. Yes. I I would have I would have got out there as fast as I could he's Lincoln has gone through enough. He didn't need to witness. Not a not a nude Winston Churchill. So there's some other stories about Eisenhower. He haunts what's called the bullet. Which is a a train that's on display at the national railroad museum. I think that's in in Green Bay, Wisconsin. We talked a little bit about the ghosts of Gettysburg. And apparently he and Mamie maybe behind some of the haunting in the farmhouse that they used to own their so, yeah, there's a lot of of famous ghost stories from some of the bigger leaders of the most famous leaders of World War Two these continue these haunting ze. Yeah, they do as a matter of fact, you know, the the bullet. I've believed the story that some of the stories that I found out about that were from the nineteen nineties. The two thousands one story is that a custodian who was vacuuming the carpet in the bullet was halfway finish. And decided to take a break left. Locked the door of the train and went to lunch or or have a snack. And then when he came back, the someone had completed the vacuuming and he could tell because the lines of the vacuum cleaner were super straight up and down. And according to some of the people who knew Eisenhower, he was very meticulous. And that's how he insisted on having his the bullet cleaned. So that story probably not too long ago, and you know, as we talked about the ghost plane flap. They're happening probably even as we speak back in World War Two the actual reports of UFO's. They call them, foo fighters. They were small little disc type objects flying all over the place that pilots reported seen. Did you come across anything like that? Yeah. I actually did a whole section on it because they were so prevalent as you point out, and I it's based on. In my research, and my reading about that. Essentially, the whole modern UFO UFO era starts in World War Two with some of these sightings of these strange lights and objects that the American flyers used to just call sue fighters, and what stands out about these reports for me is just the quality of the observers because most of the people who witnessed these foo fighters were trained pilots and their ability to recognize these aircraft shapes and the capabilities of those aircraft is literally a life and death decisions. So when they tell you they see something out of the norm in the in the air, then I take that very seriously. And some of these pilots were trained bomber pilots. Fighter pilots, fighter pilots floor a night, fighting squadron work documented, some of some of the most startling run ins with these. UFO's? There's a story of alone be seventeen crew that watched a UFO track them for miles. I think almost a about an hour. And then of course, a lot of people. Consider what's known as the battle of Los Angeles was a great store of. Yeah. That's an amazing story. And usually I think the was the store was moving nineteen forty one with John Belushi. They made it seem like it was just based on what the war department called war nerves. In other words. This was shortly after World War Two. I think are sorry. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor. I believe it was in February of nineteen forty two and aircraft gunners. Anti-aircraft gunners. Started firing in the air. There was all kinds of pandemonium and the war department just said these people were nervous, but I found a very an account from a very. Good witness who actually was a professor at Occidental college later. He was just a kid at the time. And he said that what he witnessed was a huge object that was pretty much just standing setting still in the middle of the right above the ocean that these guns were trained right on it. And it didn't seem to have any effect. And then it drifted it almost sounded like it drifted right over his head. So it was a to me that was more of a story about something weird happening in the sky. Let alone Warner they shot against Matthew people could hear pinging sounds. Yeah. Hitting something right? This this person actually said some of the shells were landing a few feet away from them, and they had the spotlight trained on it. I think there's a a pretty dramatic picture that shows that it is dramatic. Matthew Swain with us his latest book boycotted World War Two. Where do you get the book? Matthew, you can get it at Amazon dot com. Barnesandnoble dot com. Go to your local bookstore and see if they have it in if they don't shake him down and try to get it in for me. I'd appreciate it. What about haunted ships from World War Two? Well, I didn't wanna I didn't wanna leave our sailors out. Now nine years navy for me. So let's not leave us. Well, yeah, I'm I'm gonna make sure I have those in there. So the interesting thing about after World War Two is you had these battleships you had aircraft carriers, and they were engaged in so many activities so much honor that those sailors served in that it was a shame to just scuttled them or to reduce them to scrap. But luckily for us a lot of people got into preserving those ships those aircraft carriers and battleships. As living museums and they brought him back to different ports. And and also when they brought him back to these ports. They brought a lot of ghost stories with them. And some of the ones that I collected the USS Yorktown which is now in Charleston harbor. There's a lot of activity witness there, a shadow figure is probably one of the ones they call them shadow Ed and Ed stands for enemy designated, which was a World War Two term for when you come in contact with the enemy. There's some pretty dramatic stories of ghost hunters chasing, this shadow creature around the the carrier, the USS hornet, I think is probably one of the most documented ship based haunted sites. There. There is a story about a man dressed in a white naval uniform who wanders around the deck. Some of the battleships the USS North Carolina. I worked with a few paranormal investigators from port city paranormal, and they basically told me they they have a career documenting the haunting on there. And of course, we mentioned USS Arizona all of those and there there are a lot more. I was finding them even as I was starting to publish this book. So yeah, they're the a lot of World War. Two ships are haunted, and I'm just glad that they preserved them and have them back here ghosts and all just an amazing series of events that have been happening that seem to all have a similarity in that has to do with tragedy for some reason tragedy makes these ghosts or whatever we want to call them hang around. Don't you think? Yeah. I mean, absolutely. That seems to be the one common element of you know, I'll say not just ghosts of World War Two. But when you talk about. Haunted rock and roll which I investigated and even some of the ghost stories of of country. These tragedies just seem to linger..

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