The first to take-off of the U.S.S. Hornet on April 18, 1942, is the last to land.
WWII Veteran Visits Okinawa
03 May 2017 | By EighthCard
World War II Veteran Donald Irwin visited Okinawa 72 years after the Battle of Okinawa. He came to share his experiences with service members and to honor his crew members aboard the USS Colhoun.
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