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Tora! Tora! Tora! is a recreation of the December 7th 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and is the "live" replicated scene sequences from the Touchstone Pictures film, "Pearl Harbor". The recreation is accomplished through hundreds of dedicated volunteers - mostly belonging to the Confederate Air Force (CAF) working as ground crew, maintenance, pilots and pyrotechnic experts. Their purpose is to entertain and display the history lesson which propelled us into World War II. The demonstration was featured at the Navy Lakehurst 2001 Airshow on June 2, 2001

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