Pearl Harbor Survivors Commemorate 77th Anniversary of Attack

On the morning of December 7, 1941, a Sunday, Japanese bombers flew across Oahu, Hawaii, and began their assault. The attack killed more than 2,300 people, nearly half of them on the battleship USS Arizona. More than 1,100 were injured. After the attack, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered a speech before Congress, calling December 7th a…

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An Update On An Old Story

About a year ago, we weighed in on the image taken on Jaluit Atoll that was reported as being of missing aviatrix Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan. The issue was that a blogger in Japan found the exact same image in a Japanese archive and that it was “stamped” 1935.  None of the…

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Quite A Productive Day!

We had quite a productive day today. Aside from a few downpours, things went well for us. The entire crew is back again tomorrow using sophisticated Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) via Topographix to hone in on our search target. These folks on the island are super friendly, climbing a nearby coconut tree and preparing a…

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The Secret Is Out!

We’ve been hinting at it for a few months now. Working towards a goal that we all share, including you. Putting together an elite team of experts across various fields across the globe. From the UK, New Zealand and across the US., seven of us are currently converging on Chuuk as you read this. The…

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We Thank You For Your Service

“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.”  – Abraham Lincoln

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Les Kinney on Amelia Earhart – Facts are Facts.

Les Kinney is a friend to the Hawaii Clipper Project and has conducted research for us at the National Archives just outside Washington DC.  I felt compelled to share a recent note on a attack by TIGHAR on his theory: ================================================================= Gillespie (TIGHAR) does not tell you the following information about his theory: In October…

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What’s NOT YET been said about the Amelia Earhart photo discovery…

So I am pretty sure you have seen this now famous spy photo allegedly of Pilot Amelia Earhart and Navigator Fred Noonan.  If not — where have you been??? Blog visitor Tom recently remarked how the absence of Japanese guards should indicate that the two folks in the photo are not Earhart and Noonan but…

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UPDATE: Did Amelia Earhart Survive? Newly Released Photo Has the World Buzzing

The stories of The Lost Hawaii Clipper and Amelia Earhart have criss-crossed for decades and our research have verified this.  Sightings of Amelia Earhart have been seen all over the Pacific since her disappearance in 1937.  That said, we wanted to pass on these interesting articles released this week… by FRAZIER MOORE, Associated Press NEW…

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72 Years Ago, Victory in Europe

Victory in Europe Day, generally known as V-E Day, VE Day or simply V Day, was the public holiday celebrated 72 years ago today on 8 May 1945.

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Son of Juan Trippe Passes Away

(Published in The New York Times on Feb. 5, 2017) “Charlie,” 81 years young, died peacefully but reluctantly at home in Westport Point, MA on January 29, 2017 in the company of his family. He was a perpetrator of wild schemes, energetic and hardworking, an enthusiastic family sailor, a lover of golf, skiing, and football, and a…

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