About Pearl Harbor Events
The National Park Service operates the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, which is comprised of the USS Arizona, USS Oklahoma, and USS Utah Memorials, in addition to six officer bungalows, three mooring quays, and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. The memorial commemorates the events surrounding the December 7, 1941 attack and honors the thousands of Americans who served and died on that day.
Commander, Navy Region Hawaii is the regional coordinator for all shore-based naval personnel and shore activities in Hawaii - as well as the Navy’s representative to the Hawaii community. Today, the Navy in Hawaii has grown into a major fleet concentration area for more than 15,000 Sailors and 10,000 civilian employees working in more than 60 commands located on Oahu and Kauai. Navy Region Hawaii at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam provide key services to maintain the safety and vital infrastructure that allows the Navy to operate efficiently in Hawaii.
Pacific Historic Parks is the leading organization supporting significant historical sites in the Pacific for future generations. Through education, interpretive programs, research, preservation, and restoration, we work to perpetuate the memory of events and honor the people involved in these Pacific historic locations. Learn more about our mission here. To donate to the ongoing work of maintaining the memorial and preserving Pearl Harbor history for future generations, please go to our donation page. If you would like to purchase items from our gift shop (proceeds go back into supporting the Pearl Harbor National Memorial and other Pacific War sites), please visit our online store.