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A Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Walk Down Memory Lane

The following video was produced by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Breese, who was on assignment in Pearl Harbor to collect footage to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Dec. 7 attack. Breese spoke with Pearl Harbor survivor Ray Emory, who takes us back reflecting on his memories of that fateful day.

“That night of Dec. 7, there was only one light on this whole island; and that was the Arizona burning… it was spooky that night.” – Ray Emory, USS Honolulu (CL 48), the “Blue Goose”

 



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