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Pearl Harbor survivor: 'It was a strange feeling to think somebody would bomb us'

At 98 years old, Navy veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor Earl Wanbaugh of Independence, Missouri vividly remembers 75 years ago, when Japanese pilots attacked on Dec. 7, 1941.
John Sleezer and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star