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Austen Aaron

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Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University

5000 Tamu

College Station, Texas,77843

United States

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Texas A&M University, recognized as having one of the premier engineering programs in the world, has offered undergraduate degrees in chemical, electrical, mechanical and petroleum engineering at Qatar Foundation's Education City campus since 2003, and graduat... more

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"I got to see this great American flag out front and I looked down the street and realized there was one placed in every yard," said College Station resident and Texas A&M student Austen Aaron.
Austen Aaron's house is among 99 other's that is serving as a very colorful reminder of sacrifice. On December 7th, 1941 Japanese aircraft swarmed the Hawaii sky virtually destroying the U. S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, including most of the U.S. aircraft on the ground. It was 7:45 that Sunday morning and in nine minutes -- the attack that killed more than 2,400 U.S. civilians and servicemen -- was over. Although 71 years has passed since the attack -- America remembers. "History has a point and you've got to learn the points to the story and learn why we do things," said Aaron. "My grandfather had two purple hearts and that's the first thing I thought about when I woke up and saw the flags," said Aaron.


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