The Sumter Item remembers the courageous military memberswho lost their lives at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 76 years ago. Duringthis attack that led to a declaration of war by the United States,2,403 men …
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The Sumter Item remembers the courageous military members
who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 76 years ago. During
this attack that led to a declaration of war by the United States,
2,403 men and women died. According to the U.S. Navy Museum, 188 aircraft were destroyed and 159 damaged. Joseph Sweetman, whose son
Mark lives in Sumter, took photographs of the attack that were used by
The Associated Press. All photos on this page were taken from Sumter
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