Many of you might not know that the first use of radar in a battlefield situation was during the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Just prior to the attack by Japanese aircraft, U.S. Army personnel were training on brand-new radar equipment when they spotted incoming aircraft, but the warning was thought to be [...]
Today is not like any other day. It's the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Most people that serve their country do not sign their name on that dotted line thinking that one day soon they will pay the ultimate price. It's a small thought that crosses your mind, but it's a thought that never prevails. Today, we remember our fallen brothers from the Pearl Harbor attack.
Assistant Managing Editor Sharon Schnakenburg-Hess highlights recent military happenings including: U.S. DoD entity turns to social media; “Mighty Mo” returns home; LCMR program continues to backtrack; Secure Internet: Impossible dream or pending reality?; and many other headlines.