Pearl Harbor survivor remembers

"Langley's Glenn Nichols, a survivor of the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor by aircraft of the Japanese Imperial Navy, displays a picture of his ship, the USS Raleigh, during a remembrance ceremony Thursday.Matt Johnson / staff photo Glenn Nichols of Langley was one of several South Whidbey residents who remembered Pearl Harbor on Thursday, Dec. 7. Nichols was a crewman on the USS Raleigh in 1941. The cruiser was the first ship hit by a torpedo during the Pearl Harbor attack. Nichols was joined by a number of other veterans and family members of veterans at the Langley Post Office for the event. The remembrance was one of two held on Whidbey Island Thursday. Several Pearl Harbor survivors were honored at a ceremony at NAS Whidbey. "

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