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75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor leaves only five survivors
Japanese bombing of U.S. Fleet took 2,403 lives, injured 1,178

At 7:48 a.m. Dec. 7, 1941, over 350 Japanese fighter planes, bombers and torpedo planes descended on the U.S. Pacific Fleet docked in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. By the end of the two hour sneak attack, 2,403 Americans lay dead and 1,178 had suffered wounds. Nearly half the casualties occurred aboard the ship USS Arizona.

By Tom Tracey December 6, 2016
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