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Pearl Harbor ceremonies will go on -- without 5 remaining survivors of USS Arizona

FOXNews.com Friday, 7 December 2018
Pearl Harbor ceremonies will go on -- without 5 remaining survivors of USS ArizonaFor the first time, no USS Arizona survivors from the Pearl Harbor bombing in World War II will be attending the ceremonies at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Friday morning to commemorate the attack.
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News video: Last Remaining USS Arizona Survivors Will Not be at Pearl Harbor Ceremonies: Report

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For the first time, no USS Arizona survivors will participate in the annual ceremony to commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.

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