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John Scocos column: Honor the legacy of Pearl Harbor

10:28 PM, Dec. 6, 2012
John Scocos
John Scocos
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On Dec. 7, 1941, at 7:55 a.m., the Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hawaii, was attacked by Japanese torpedo and bomber planes.

The attack ended just before 10 a.m. In less than two hours, the American forces at Pearl Harbor were devastated. Twenty-one ships of the U.S. Pacific Fleet were sunk or damaged. Over 2,400 Americans were dead and another 1,100 were wounded. In fact, all eight battleships moored on Battleship Row - the Arizona, California, Maryland, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and West Virginia - were sunk or damaged during the Japanese assault. The USS Arizona exploded and ...

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