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Trident D5 Missile

Trident D5 Missile

Bowfin Museum

A little behind-the-scenes peek into our museum renovation. [...]

“Billie's Morning Bath." Sailors wash their goat mascot on board a U.S. Navy battleship, circa 1907-1908. This view may have been taken during the Great White Fleet world cruise.

Goats and the U.S. Navy

Bowfin Museum

From being a food source to serving as a mascot, goats have a long history in the U.S. Navy. [...]

1989; Smokey Bear poster showing a half body image of Smokey pointing at the audience with one hand while holding a shovel in the other hand. Poster reads "Only You". This work is maintained in the National Agricultural Library, in Beltsville, MD.

Smokey Bear and WWII

Bowfin Museum

Did you know Smokey Bear originated as a result of World War II? [...]

American Flag

History of Veterans Day

Bowfin Museum

This video was made to explain the selfless service and sacrifices of our Veterans to elementary school age children. Created by Dori Whipple, Joint Munitions Command Rock Island Arsenal, IL; courtesy of DVIDSHUB.NET [...]

Hidden History: Letters from Mother's of Trout Crew

Bowfin Museum

Featuring letters sent to Mrs. Charlotte Brownlow, wife of Eugene Brownlow, Chief Commissary steward of USS Trout. [...]

Ford Island Hauntings

Bowfin Museum

In the spirit of Halloween we are sharing a few ‘haunted’ experiences on and around Pearl Harbor and Ford Island -- accounts taken from Steve Barton’s “Cold Spots” feature. [...]

Renovation Progress Amid Second Shutdown

Bowfin Park

Despite the second mandated shutdown on Oahu, we have continued to execute our renovation project. We are happy to inform you that the construction phase of our renovation is complete -- we are now focusing efforts on exhibit installation. [...]

Jules Verne and the Turtle

Bowfin Museum

Did you know that Jules Verne's "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", was an underwater fantasy based on submarine advancements and submersible vehicles which had already come to pass? [...]

75th Anniversary OF V-J Day

Bowfin Museum

On August 14, 1945, it was announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally to the Allies, effectively ending World War II. Since then, both August 14 and August 15 have been known as  “V-J Day.” [...]

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