Remembering Dec. 7, 1941


October 23, 2005|By CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Ceremonies marking the 64th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and visits to the USS Arizona Memorial Site, the USS Missouri, the USS Utah and the submarine USS Bowfin are on the itinerary of "Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941," a Dec. 5-12 Hawaiian tour guided by historian Edwin C. Bearss, a World War II combat veteran.

The group will also visit the Opana Radar Station, where two Army radar operators picked up a large formation of planes on Dec. 7, 1941.

The tour covers accommodations for five nights on Oahu and two nights on the Big Island, a one-way flight between the two islands, many meals, activities, admissions, taxes and gratuities, for $2,995.

Airfare from and to the mainland is additional.

The tour is offered by HistoryAmerica Tours. 800-628-8542;

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