Paul Allen ‘archive’ preserves dramatic oral histories of wartime heroism

This Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 photo shows a framed photo of Lauren Bruner, one of five remaining survivors of the USS Arizona from the Dec. 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and his medals, from lower left, the Purple Heart, Navy Good Conduct medal and other awards, at his home in La Mirada, Calif. Burns covered most of Bruner's body after Japanese planes bombed the sailor's battleship in Pearl Harbor. He spent seven months recovering in the hospital, and returned to fight in more battles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

On this 75th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, it is sobering to realize about 490 World War II veterans pass away every day. KOMO's Corwin Haeck reports an audio archive produced for Paul Allen's Flying Heritage museum preserves some of their dramatic stories for all time.

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