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Sailor’s remains identified 82 years after Pearl Harbor

On Dec. 7, 1941, the USS California, the flagship of the Navy’s Pacific Fleet, was moored on “battleship row” at Pearl Harbor when it was struck by Japanese torpedoes and bombs. The ship caught fire, flooded and sank over the course of three days, and 103 crew members were killed.


Source: Hawaii Tribune Herald

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