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77 years after Pearl Harbor attack, military still identifying the nameless dead, sending them home

Seattle Times Friday, 7 December 2018
Using modern science, the government has been finding the identities of the many still-unknown sailors and Marines killed in the Pearl Harbor attack of Dec. 7, 1941. Slowly, the remains are being sent home to be reburied.
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An Air Force veteran who went into the service shortly after Pearl Harbor remembers combat and the "brave" men he served alongside.

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