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Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Later

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In recognition of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, WUFT presents “Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Later,” a short documentary that tells the stories of four veterans — Francis “Dutch” Scholtz of Jacksonville, Duane Reyelts of St. Augustine, and Frank Emond and Cass Phillips of Pensacola — who survived those infamous two hours that greatly altered the course of American history.

(From left) Francis “Dutch Scholtz, Frank Emond, Duane Reyelts and Cass Phillips, all survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
(From left) Francis “Dutch Scholtz, Frank Emond, Duane Reyelts and Cass Phillips, all survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Michael Stone/WUFT News)

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Michael is an editor who can be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news@wuft.org.

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