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New photo released showing Amelia Earhart Alive

Today it was announced a photograph was found at the National Archives showing Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan at the Jaluit atoll in the Marshal Islands in 1937. The History Channel has a special on this investigation coming up this Sunday night. It was great to see it considering I was approached by a television producer in 2008, nine years ago, about getting in on a documentary project that …Read More

Pear Harbor, My Dad, CV-6 Enterprise and More History

I was not even born yet, when on December 7th, 1941, the Japanese were allowed to attack Pearl Harbor to escalate WW2 in the Pacific. My father, John F. Hays, Sr, was an Aviation Machinist Mate primarily on the U.S.S. Enterprise(CV-6), the most battle experienced aircraft carrier in the history of the US Navy. I am writing today to keep the memory alive. It seems as our WW2 Veterans die …Read More