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T he Japanese have consistently maintained a rich cultural life and high level of achievement in Utah despite decades of racial prejudice.

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Biagi had plans for that day — he had a date later that morning — but they changed so suddenly, so violently, when the Japanese attacked on Dec. It was a date, which President Franklin Roosevelt later proclaimed, "will live in infamy," that altered every American's life.

Millions of men, through choice or through the draft, served in the armed forces and ended up fighting in far-flung places all over the globe. The United States wanted to avenge the thousands killed at Pearl Harbor — but before mobilization en masse could take place, Biagi was among the first Americans to fight back.

Biagi, a New Yorker who later lived in Richfield and was part of the first Utah Honor Flight trip indied last year at age Some of his memories from the war, given more than 70 years later, were preserved on a YouTube. His family, no doubt, cherishes them. A more immediate recollection from Biagi was recorded inwhile he was stationed at Geiger Field in Spokane, Washington.

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Two years earlier he had been the island of Oahu, Hawaii, when he noticed an unusual formation of dive bombers. I said, 'Something isn't kosher here.

They don't practice bombing over Pearl Harbor. It singed your hair. It would rack your body. The most depressing part was the helplessness. Biagi wasn't helpless for long.

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He swung his riot gun in the air and took one shot in the direction of the Japanese rear gunner. He was not certain if he hit anything, but "when I fired, the gun swung back into the slipstream.

He never fired a shot," Biagi told the Spokane newspaper. Biagi later said he threw down the gun because he thought he might get in trouble for firing a weapon. He couldn't remember what happened for the next hour or so. He did recall, however, the carnage.

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George, it should be noted, was ased to the USS Arizona, but he was on leave when the attack occurred. Starting at about a.

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I was shocked to hear my friend Arnie Deshayes of St. George, a World War II veteran, died last week. Deshayes was still quite active and amiable, always quick to tell a joke or crack a smile. Although he and I had corresponded for about five years, we got to know each better during the Utah Honor Flight trip of Oct.

Deshayes served aboard the destroyer escort William C. Cole — he saw a lot of duty in the occupation of Japan — and he told me ing the military at that time was the best thing he could have done. He had high school friends who were drafted and later died in combat during the Korean War. Deshayes was fond of saying, "I've been lucky in life, lucky in love" — the latter referring to him marrying two wonderful women. His first wife, Olive, died after they had been married for 20 years.

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Deshayes later fell in love with Dollie Mae, and they were together for more than 40 years before she died in September. Planning Editor David Cordero at dcordero thespectrum.

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This Utah man fought back at Pearl Harbor. David Cordero dcordero thespectrum.