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Remember Pearl Harbor

Dear Editor,
Seventy years ago, the morning of Dec. 7, the sky over Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was filled with Japanese planes.
When the last of attacking aircraft rejoined the Japanese Fleet, 1,178 lay wounded and 2, 403 lay dead or dying.
A great portion of the United States Pacific Fleet was in shambles.
Thus began America’s entry into World War II — five years that changed the world.
The United States returned from World War II as the world’s greatest military and economic power.
America was the world’s peacekeeper and a symbol of freedom and liberty for ...

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