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Seventy years after Japan formed its first kamikaze unit in the Philippines, one local resident remains adamant that the suicide pilots were noble warriors who should be honored in the nation their military occupied.

Daniel Dizon, 84, is co-founder of the Kamikaze Memorial Society of the Philippines and a driving force behind several memorials erected in the pilots’ honor in Pampanga, north of Manila.

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