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March 19, 2011 1:51 PM

U.S. military families torn over Japan evacuation

The first U.S. Air Force flight to evacuate military family members from Japan lifted off from Yokota Air Base on Saturday, carrying 233 people, nine pet dogs and a sea of mixed feelings. Many of those departing said they really didn't want to go, despite the alarm the word "radiation" triggers.

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