Pearl Harbor Attack Facts: How The Japanese Navy Killed Over 2,000 Americans

Pearl Harbor Attack

What Happened At Pearl Harbor? On the morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese Imperial Navy attacked the Navy Yard at Pearl Harbor with 353 enemy planes on board 6 aircraft carriers. Many reasons were behind the air raid, but let’s look at the major points. Historically, Japan kept to itself on the global stage, but in 1853, Japan opened itself up to world trade. Society became more modern, and the government began growing its presence and military. By the early 20th century, Japan wanted to be more powerful, but…

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2 beautiful policewomen die in auto-crash

Policewomen

The Borno Police Command has confirmed the death of two policewomen in an auto crash in which 17 others were injured. The accident occurred on Monday along Hawan Kibo road in Plateau while the policemen were enroute Uyo for the 2022 Police Games. This is contained in a statement by the command Public Relations Officer, Sani Shatambaya, on Tuesday in Maiduguri. He said that the contingent was to represent Zone 15 comprising Borno and Yobe commands at the Biannual Police Games in Uyo, Akwa Ibom. READ ALSO: pastor, 2 others…

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Nigerian woman of Igbo descent, Amanda Azubuike becomes a brigadier general in the US Army

Amanda Azubuike

A Nigeria-American woman of Igbo descent, Amanda Azubuike was recently promoted to the rank of Brigadier-General in the United States Army. She was promoted to the rank at a military base in Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA in a ceremony held recently. Below is everything you need to know about Amanda Azubuike military career Amanda Azubuike began her career with the 924th Aviation Support Battalion at Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. After the Military Intelligence Captain’s Career Course and Fixed Wing Multi-Engine Qualification Course, she served with the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion…

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Meet Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu, The First Nigerian Billionaire Who Drove Queen Elizabeth II In His Rolls Royce

Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history, has died aged 96, drawing to a close the country’s second Elizabethan era. One story about the queen that Nigerians would never forget and that cannot we wiped out of the history books of Nigeria is the story of “the queen and Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu’s Rolls Royce.” Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu, who was reportedly Nigeria’s first black billionaire and the first president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II just before Nigeria gained its independence in 1960. He…

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War Video Captures Moment US Soldier David Eubank Saved A Child From Line Of Fire In Mosul

US Soldier David Eubank

US Special Forces soldier-turned aid worker runs through gunfire in Mosul to save a child from ISIS during daring rescue in Mosul. The special operator-turned aid worker snatches a young girl from the line of fire, ‘I thought, “If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand”,’ he says. That moment the retired US Special Forces operator-turned aid worker rescues a young girl from the line of fire in Mosul has been caught on video Video can be seen below; David Eubank, 56, pulled off the daring rescue…

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Flight Sergeant David Abiodun Oguntoye

Flight Sergeant David Abiodun Oguntoye and Flight Sergeant Dulcie Ethel Adunola Oguntoye When World War II broke out David Oguntoye hid in a ship and travelled to Britain to volunteer for the Royal Air Force. He arrived in Britain in June 1942, and was selected to train as a navigator in Canada for four years. Unfortunately the time he was returning to Britain in 1946, the war had already ended, which meant he couldn’t be deployed on the battlefield. Instead he was posted to Bicester Oxford as a welfare officer…

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Major-General David Neo – Singapore’s Chief of Army

Major-General David Neo

Major-General David Neo: Singapore’s Chief of Army In 1996, Major-General David Neo joined the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). He spent his junior command deployments in the Commando Formation and is a Commando Officer by trade. Later, he served as the commander of the 2nd Singapore Infantry Brigade, the 3rd Singapore Division, and the First Battalion, Singapore Guards. He also served as the SAF’s Director of Joint Operations (J3), where he oversaw the SAF’s contributions to the national fight against COVID-19. MG Neo attended the Indonesian Army Command and Staff College…

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Lt. Col. Muhammad Abu Ali

Lt. Col. Muhammad Abu Ali

Lt. Col. Muhammad Abu Ali who was killed by Boko Haram is one of Nigeria’s finest and bravest soldiers in recent history. He was born on 15th August, 1980 to the family of Alhaji Abu Ali who was also a serving senior military officer of the Nigerian Army. Lt. Col. Muhammad Abu Ali was a Nigerian Army officer who Commanded the Army’s 272 Tank Battalion. Abu Ali graduated from Command Secondary School, Jos in 1997 and was admitted to the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna in 1998. He was a member…

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Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya

Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya

Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya: Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya was born on 5 January 1966 in Sifawa, Bodinga Local Government Area of Sokoto state. Lt Gen Yahaya who is a member of the 37 Regular Course of the prestigious Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), started his cadet training on 27 September 1985 and was commissioned into the Nigerian Army Infantry Corps on 22 September 1990. Lt Gen Yahaya has held several appointments including Staff, Instructional and Command. Notable among the…

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Meet Nicholas Irving The Reaper – one of the most lethal Army Rangers in US history

Nicholas Irving the reaper

Nicholas Irving The Reaper is an Army ranger sniper who was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. He was a member of the 3rd Ranger Batallion previously (75th Ranger Regiment). He rose through the ranks to Sergeant and is now one of the most well-known special operations snipers in the current US military. Nicholas Irving the reaper was born in Fort Meade, Maryland, and from all indications, it seems he was brought into this world to serve. Both of his parents were enlisted soldiers at the time. His first stop was…

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