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December 6, 2012 12:00 AM

Pearl Harbor: Day of infamy brings father, son together

It's a day that will live in infamy, and a day that Greg Camp's aging father has never forgotten. That's why today, Camp will sit down for lunch with his 92-year-old dad and four more survivors of the brutal Dec. 7, 1941, aerial attack on Pearl Harbor by Japanese bombers. The gathering will take place in San Antonio, where Col. Gene Camp retired in 1973 and where -- like virtually every area of the nation -- the number of Pearl Harbor veterans have dwindled to just a few.

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