Pearl Harbor Anniversary

Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.

– President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Join us on our exclusive Pearl Harbor Anniversary Tour, which includes attending the official commemorative ceremony on December 7. This WWII tour will be led by Historian Erik Flint, a veteran of 30 years in uniform, who deployed twice to Iraq as a Combat Historian for the U.S. Special Operations Command History & Research Office and is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. With Erik’s expertise and leadership, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of one of the most pivotal events of World War II, while also honoring the sacrifice and heroism of those who served and lost their lives in the attack.

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  • USS Utah Ceremony: Held on December 6 to honor the men of the USS Utah, one of the ships sunk during the attack on December 7
  • Commemorative ceremony at Pearl Harbor: Annual ceremony hosted by the National Park Services at Pearl Harbor will commemorate the lives of those lost on December 7, 1941; includes a land tour of Pearl Harbor and a visit to the USS Bowfin
  • Ford Island: Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum and the USS Missouri 
  • Fort DeRussy Museum: a collection of military artifacts and exhibits that showcase the history of the United States Army in Hawaii
  • Schofield Barracks: site where the US Army's 24th and 25th Infantry Divisions were stationed during the attack on Pearl Harbor

Day-By-Day Itinerary

Day 1

Fly independently to Honolulu and make your way to the tour hotel. We will gather for an evening Welcome Recepiton and Dinner.

Day 2

We will explore the American occupation of Hawaii and its position before the start of the Pacific War.

Day 3

In the morning, we will visit sites related to Japanese espionage activities and the planning of the attack. In the evening, we will explore the attack against the air forces stationed in Hawaii, followed by a solemn ceremony honoring those who died in the attack on the USS Utah.

Day 4

The day that will live in infamy. This day will mark the anniversary of the attack at Pearl Harbor. We will start the day early with a ceremony at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Park. After, you will be free to explore the park, the USS Bowfin, and the US Pacific Submarine Fleet Museum. In the evening, you can watch the Pearl Harbor remembrance parade.

Day 5

Today, we will start the day by visiting Ford Island, the Pacific Aviation Museum, and the Mighty Mo, the site of the Japanese surrender. We will end the day by visiting the USS Arizona, the early rallying cry of the war against the Japanese.

Day 6

Safe travels home or extend your stay in the Aloha State.


Tour Dates

  • December 4 - 9, 2024
  • December 2025
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy. For a single room add $TBA.

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