Oldest Known Pearl Harbor Survivor, 104, Returns to Honor the Fallen

December 7, 1941, was a date that will live in infamy, and the oldest survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was in attendance at a recent memorial for it. At 104 years of age, Ray Chavez prepared for the long trip to Hawaii with a rigorous exercise program that helped him add 20 pounds of muscle, according to NBC News. A Navy veteran who served on the minesweeper USS Condor on that fateful day 75 years ago, Chavez should be a beacon of hope to all of us, and living proof that you are...

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