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World War II vets receive heroes’ welcome

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Ray Chavez, left, the oldest Pearl Harbor survivor at 104, and one of the youngest, 93-year-old Peter Limon, took a photo with firefighters from Honolulu Airport Fire Rescue on Saturday after arriving in Honolulu.

The most poignant memory Pearl Harbor veteran Ed Bloch has of Hawaii is as a 19-year-old locking eyes with a crew member of a Japanese bomber. Read more

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