Guice Offshore invites you to join us in honoring the legacy of the Soldiers, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, Sailors and civilians who died and sacrificed in the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. This year commemorates the 81st Anniversary of that fateful “day of infamy,” which also marked the day America subsequently entered World War II.
To read the Presidential Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Proclamation, click HERE.
The Pearl Harbor National Memorial, Navy Region Hawaii, and Pacific Historic Parks announced the theme for this year’s National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration as “Everlasting Legacy.”
To pay tribute, the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, part of the U.S. National Parks Service, will hold a livestreamed commemoration on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 a.m. (PST).
To watch, click HERE.
The goal of the commemoration and attendant events is to ensure that future generations will understand the everlasting legacy of those who perished and those who fought and sacrificed throughout the war. The somber gatherings also highlight the importance of peace and reconciliation that we continue to reach for as we strive to create a better future together.
On the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 6, World War II veterans, U.S. and allied military personnel, friends and family can participate in the USS Utah Memorial Sunset Ceremony on Ford Island, Hawaii, on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022 at 5 p.m. (PST). The ceremony honors the loss of the USS Utah and 58 crewmen after the ship was torpedoed during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack. The USS Utah was the first ship torpedoed in the attack and sank 12 minutes later.
To watch the Utah Memorial Sunset Ceremony, click HERE.
Learn More About Pearl Harbor
- Click HERE to learn more about the people, places and stories from 1941 and the efforts being made today to preserve them.
- Click HERE to learn how casualties from the U.S.S. Oklahoma are still being successfully identified to this day and get a list of their names.
- Learn which United States warships were in Pearl Harbor on “Battleship Row” HERE.
- See a gallery of historic Pearl Harbor photos HERE.
- Do you have historic artifacts from Pearl Harbor? Donate them to the National Pearl Harbor Museum’s collection HERE.