Honor the Sixtieth Anniversary
of Pearl Harbor
From December 3 to 5, 2001 Albright College, in
cooperation with the Blue
and Gray Education Society, will participate in a symposium
and extensive tour of the sites related to December 7th, 1941.
Tour sites include Kahuku Point, Haleiwa airfield,
Aloha Tower, Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Field. Travelers will
also see Hickam Field, home of the original aircraft hangars,
and the base operations that were attacked. Youll then move
on to see the enlisted dormitory, riddled with shell and strafe
marks, and Ford Island ground zero!
Morning lectures will cover The Spread
of Japanese Hegemony in the Pacific by Dan Mortensen
of the USAFs Air University, Tora, Tora, Tora
the Attack on Oahu by author Carl Smith (Pearl Harbor),
and Was it Really a Surprise Attack? by the
US Naval Academys Bob Love.
The program has limited seating and reservations
will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. An inclusive
package will include airfare from the West Coast, and based upon
responses, arrangements from some East Coast departure points
may be made.
You may add days to the package at the group rate.
Full details about cost and registration forms are available from
Call toll free 888-741-2437 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to identify yourself with the Albright group.