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It’s called a day that will live in infamy.   Those are the words that are branded in the national consciousness after the Japanese surprise attack of Pearl Harbor 69 years ago.  There are at least three Central Oregonians who served at Pearl Harbor during the attack. “It’s Chuck Selington in La Pine and he’s a Coast Guard veteran. He was on the USS Taney. And the other gentlemen who was at Pearl Harbor is Ray Kuhn from La Pine. He’s also a Navy veteran. The third one is Harvey Walren also a Navy veteran from La Pine who is a survivor of Pearl Harbor.” Dick Tobiason is a local veterans advocate. He says this will be the last year for the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association to meet in Hawaii because so many of them have died.

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