Iconic Hollywood actor Tom Selleck finished up two days of narration in Los Angeles, California this week as part of his role as the voice of Tim Gray Media and The World War II Foundation’s 17th overall documentary film, “Remember Pearl Harbor”. Selleck, who starred for years as “Magnum, P.I.” and now in CBS’ “Blue […]

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The World War II Foundation, in cooperation with Drone Services of Hawaii, Navy Base Pearl Harbor and the FAA is proud to announce that for the first time ever a drone camera has been allowed to fly over the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Missouri and Ford Island. The footage will be utilized in “Remember […]

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The American St. Nick and Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice took home 3 Emmy Awards at the 39th annual Boston/New England Emmy Awards Dinner held on June 4th at the Westin/Copley Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. Tim Gray took home an Emmy for Outstanding Writer for a documentary film for the American St. Nick, while Omaha […]

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One of the first to invade Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, Don McCarthy, 92, clearly recalls the events of that day. By Mark Patinkin Journal Columnist Posted May. 28, 2016 @ 3:50 pm He is 92 and one of the few left who can still testify about D-Day — and whether it was really […]

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The World War II Foundation’s documentary film “Doolittle’s Raiders: A Final Toast has been nominated for an Outstanding Historical/Cultural Documentary Emmy Award in the just announced results from the Washington, DC/Capital Region Emmy Awards Chapter. The film was produced in cooperation with the American Veterans Center in Washington, DC. Overview of the film: The bottle […]

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(NG) “The American St. Nick”, a touching film capturing the friendship between US soldiers and the Luxembourg town of Wiltz, has received five Emmy nominations for the Boston/New England chapter of the Academy Awards. On June 4, the winners of the 39th edition Boston/New England Emmy Awards will be announced. “The American St. Nick” has […]

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A staffer wheeled Ray Haerry, age 94, into a lounge at West View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. He wore rumpled jeans, a beige jacket and a cap bearing the insignia of one of history’s most famous ships — the battleship Arizona. Haerry was a 19-year-old sailor on its massive deck when the Japanese bombed it […]

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SOUTH KINGSTOWN – World War II Foundation/Tim Gray Media documentary films were nominated for eight regional Emmy Awards at the 39th annual Boston/New England Awards competition. Nominations were announced Tuesday night in Boston. Films nominated include: “Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice” and “The American St. Nick.” Both documentaries are airing now on PBS stations. “It’s […]

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