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World War II combat veteran Chuck Edwards turns over a packet of memorabilia from the USS Sigsbee yesterday aboard the new destroyer named for Rear Adm. Gordon P. Chung-Hoon. Chung-Hoon was commanding officer of the Sigsbee, which was attacked by a kamikaze pilot during the Battle of Okinawa on April 14, 1945. Chung-Hoon kept the badly damaged ship afloat to save crewmen who couldn't swim.
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