The Battle of Midway 2018

Sgt. Edgar Fox Battle of Midway Survivor

It was 76 years ago today that the Japanese attacked Midway Island in the beginning of what will be known as the Battle of Midway, decidedly the most decisive battle of World War II, turning the tide of the Pacific war. The battle effectively disabled the ability of the Japanese Navy to attack the west coast. This allowed the US military to concentrate more resources toward the European theater.

Please remember history. Please remember those who fought and died to win the battles that assured victory of the allied forces during World War II today.

These are photos from the 70th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony at Midway Island in 2012.

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Welcome to Magic of Midway

Gooney Birds

Welcome to Magic of Midway.

A short video about Midway Island by volunteer Katerina Paleckova who graciously volunteered her time for the annual bird count.


New Midwayites – Welcome to Midway Brochure

New Midwayites - Welcome to Midway

Below are some pages out of a Welcome to Midway Island brochure. Named “New Midwayites – Welcome to Midway”, the brochure is missing one page from the bird ID section and the section about “Special Information to Submariners” was never included. It’s likely that the brochure was made prior to the sub base shutdown and issued afterward so that section was omitted.  Continue reading “New Midwayites – Welcome to Midway Brochure”