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  • Son in Honolulu, Hawaii, US

    Performed at the World War II Valor In the Pacific national monument at Pearl Harbor, with the USS Arizona memorial in the background, where 1,177 crewmen lost their lives on December 7, 1942. The performers, all employees of the National Park Service, held the word son for the son of Read more [...]

  • Nowhere in Hawaii, USA

    Nearly 1 million visitors a year from all over the world come to hike to the top of the volcano’s rim and look down into the middle of the 1,073 meter wide opening of the volcano. Performed atop the peak of Hawaii’s Diamond Head volcano, the performers held the word Read more [...]

  • O in Honolulu, Hawaii, US

    The purchased of the volcano by the federal government saw it become a military base for WW2. After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, further gun emplacements, pillboxes and foxholes were built to be able to better defend Oahu in the future. Many of them still remain on the Read more [...]

  • Ma in Honolulu, Hawaii, US

    Ma, which means ‘and others’ in the Hawaiian language, was the word these employees of the Dole Plantation chose. They said it represented all the others on the islands of Hawaii who work hard in the fields to feed millions in all different countries around the globe. Dole is an Read more [...]

  • 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii, US

    Since first putting his name in the ring to run for President, Barack Obama’s birth has become the most debated birth in history. Theories have circulated falsely claiming he is not a natural-born citizen of the U.S. and consequently, under Article Two of the U.S. Constitution, is ineligible to be Read more [...]

  • 16 in Hawaii, US

    The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, often called simply ‘Punchbowl’, serves as a memorial to honor those who lost their lives in the U.S. Armed Forces. Millions of visitors visit the cemetery each year, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hawaii. Relatives of CDR Robert Read more [...]

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