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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Kingston, RI-April 13, 2016-World War II Foundation/Tim Gray Media documentary films have been nominated for a total of 8 regional Emmy Awards at this year’s 39th annual Boston/New England Awards competition. Nominations were announced last night in Boston. Films nominated include: Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice and The American St. Nick. Both documentaries are airing […]

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World War II Foundation Chairman Tim Gray was interviewed on “My Hockey Live” during the 1st intermission of the Boston Bruins Alumni hockey game on March 5th. Gray spoke about the mission of the WWII Foundation. The Bruins alumni took on a team of recent veterans who wore team jerseys with the logo of the […]

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February 29, 2016-Kingston, Rhode Island-The Non-profit World War II Foundation is pleased to announce that its 17th World War II documentary film, Remember Pearl Harbor, will be a part of the official commemoration events recognizing the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and America’s entry into World War II in 1941. The documentary […]

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(JB) Fans of historic TV series “Band of Brothers” can meet the actors when they return to Bastogne, a stone’s throw from Luxembourg, for an official reunion in December. Altogether 12 actors from the 2001 HBO miniseries produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, will attend three days of events in the Belgian town from […]

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MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Manchester Monarchs are proud to announce that prior to the “American Pride Night” game Mar. 5, against the Orlando Solar Bears, local women and men of the military will play a game against the Boston Bruins Alumni at the Verizon Wireless Arena. The game is brought to you by the World […]

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The non-profit World War II Foundation, one of the world’s leading producers of World War II related documentary film content, is now in post-production on its latest film featuring the personal story of a soldier plucked from an army base to work on the Manhattan Project. The film is to be followed by “Remember Pearl […]

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The World War II Foundation is happy to announce that former Good Morning America host David Hartman will be moderating our Q & A panel at Pearl Harbor next December 4th as the 7 surviving crewmen of the USS Arizona are honored. Also being recognized on December 4th on Ford Island will be Medal of […]

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Tim Gray, Chairman of the non-profit World War II Foundation, appeared on Boone Cutler’s national radio program on Saturday to talk about World War II. Boone Cutler is an author, columnist, music video director and Warfighter Rights leader. He holds the distinguished honor of being the first nationally recognized radio talk show personality who is […]

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By Jessica Trufant The Patriot Ledger- William Keith recalled sailors scrambling to climb a single ladder on the battleship USS West Virginia on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, at the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii. Japanese aerial torpedoes had just blown the vessel apart, and time was running out for the sailors who […]

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(JB) A heartwarming story of friendship between US soldiers and a Luxembourg town has been immortalised in a film and book, released 71 years later. “The American Saint Nick”, a true story, recounts the incredible story of a group of war-weary GI soldiers who, on December 5, 1944, downed weapons to bring some festive cheer […]

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