Remains of sailor killed in Pearl Harbor ID'd with DNA testing, buried in Amador County

Dec. 7 will mark the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor that propelled the United States into World War II. The surprise attack killed more than 2,400 soldiers and civilians. One of those killed was a soldier whose remains had not been identified since the day of the attack. Thanks to DNA testing, the remains now have a name and the sailor now has a final resting place in Amador County.

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