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Pearl Harbor survivors reflect on the surprise attack on Oahu, Dec. 7, 1941

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                                Lewis Walters, was 16 during bombing and a shipyard apprentice, at shop 51, at Pearl Harbor.
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Lewis Walters, was 16 during bombing and a shipyard apprentice, at shop 51, at Pearl Harbor.

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                                Herbert Elfring, 99, army captain.
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Herbert Elfring, 99, army captain.

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                                Marian Wynn, left, and Mae Krier.
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Marian Wynn, left, and Mae Krier.

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                                Veterans took a tour of the Arizona Memorial.
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Veterans took a tour of the Arizona Memorial.

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                                Robert Potter, WWII Guadacanal veteran with a photo of himself as a marine.
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Robert Potter, WWII Guadacanal veteran with a photo of himself as a marine.

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                                Lewis Walters, was 16 during bombing and a shipyard apprentice, at shop 51, at Pearl Harbor.
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                                Herbert Elfring, 99, army captain.
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                                Marian Wynn, left, and Mae Krier.
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                                Veterans took a tour of the Arizona Memorial.
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                                Robert Potter, WWII Guadacanal veteran with a photo of himself as a marine.