In the first wave of aerial attacks on Pearl Harbor, 183 Japanese planes dropped bombs on American naval vessels. Other planes bombarded U.S. airfields.
When it was over, the USS Oklahoma had capsized and another battleship, the USS Arizona, was destroyed. In the end more than 2,400 American service members and civilians were dead.
After 75 years, there are fewer eyewitnesses to the events of Dec. 7, 1941. But one man does have a story from that infamous day — a story that no one believed for decades.