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U.S. mistakens Japanese planes for U.S. bombers

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It seemed to be one more bit of damning evidence on a day full of American military mistakes. On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, two Army signals soldiers operating a mobile radar at Opana station, 532 feet above sea level near Kahuku Point, saw the biggest blip they had ever seen on their oscilloscope. Read more

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