The fighters who fought with the powerful Japanese army in the Pacific War gathered！
A historic vintage military plane that was active in the Pacific War flew over Oahu, Hawaii！
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, a military aircraft collector group called the “War-bird” was an opportunity to ponder the service and sacrifice of millions of brave soldiers who fought the mighty Japanese army in the Pacific Ocean. Prepared for
Half a century ago, the US fought Japan for supremacy over the Pacific Ocean！
Then, in the 21st century, the United States would fight for hegemony between China and the Pacific！
Where are the wins and losses?
【WWII Vintage “Warbirds”】
Quoted from YouTube/Reproduced/No Audio: WWII vintage “Warbirds” take-off from Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii, as ahead of the 75th Anniversary observances on Sept. 2nd. “Salute Their Service, Honor Their Hope’ is the theme of the commemoration in Hawaii in recognition of WWII veterans and civilians who contributed to the end of the war.The commemoration will include three Legacy of Peace Aerial Parades and will culminate with the official ceremony on USS Missouri (BB 63).(US Navy video by Austin Rooney/Released)
The big Asian powers are heading to Hawaii！
Japan and China…
【WWII 75th Anniversary Observance – Warbirds】
Quoted from YouTube/Reprinted/On Sept 2 at 9:02 HST, the 75th Commemoration of the End of World War 2 and the signing of the surrender documents will take place aboard the battleship Missouri in Pearl Harbor.The keynote speaker will be Secretary of Defense, Dr. Mark Esper.The ceremony will be preceded with a parade of historic warbirds from WWII.The event will be streamed live.Go to 75thwwiicommemoration.org for more information.
The 75th Anniversary of the end of World War II is an opportunity for us to reflect on the service and sacrifice of the millions of brave service members who fought in the Pacific Theater. We cannot forget the sacrifices made by these brave men and women, for to forget them is to dishonor the actions taken to defend our inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
If the United States abandons Hawaii, US hegemony ends！
Have you ever been to Hawaii?
By the way, Hawaii is the most popular overseas travel destination in Japan！