Seventy years ago, the Japanese military launched a deadly attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i. More than 2400 people were killed, mostly sailors, but also a number of soldiers and Marines. The event catapulted the United States into the Pacific theater of World War Two. At Pearl Harbor, and around the nation, survivors, veterans and others gather to honor the dead.
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