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Boy Scouts’ Onizuka Day is 1st public event at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum since pandemic

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                                Col. Stuart Watkins, an 82nd Airborne veteran with over 1,000 jumps, helped Boy Scout Ethan Juarez put on a parachute with Gil Juarez’s assistance.
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Col. Stuart Watkins, an 82nd Airborne veteran with over 1,000 jumps, helped Boy Scout Ethan Juarez put on a parachute with Gil Juarez’s assistance.

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                                Leia Blalock, wielding an ekubo, sparred with Okinawa Kenpo’s Marcus DeValentino, who was using a bo, Saturday during a martial arts exhibition at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Behind the duo is Ava Topping, left, and Syreyz Bulaong.
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Leia Blalock, wielding an ekubo, sparred with Okinawa Kenpo’s Marcus DeValentino, who was using a bo, Saturday during a martial arts exhibition at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Behind the duo is Ava Topping, left, and Syreyz Bulaong.

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                                A Coast Guard helicopter waited Saturday to take off from Ford Island.
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A Coast Guard helicopter waited Saturday to take off from Ford Island.

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                                Col. Stuart Watkins, an 82nd Airborne veteran with over 1,000 jumps, helped Boy Scout Ethan Juarez put on a parachute with Gil Juarez’s assistance.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Leia Blalock, wielding an ekubo, sparred with Okinawa Kenpo’s Marcus DeValentino, who was using a bo, Saturday during a martial arts exhibition at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Behind the duo is Ava Topping, left, and Syreyz Bulaong.
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                                A Coast Guard helicopter waited Saturday to take off from Ford Island.