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How and when did O'Hare airport get its name?

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"Butch" Eddie O'Hare, son of "Easy Eddie" of Al Capone mob fame, was the first Ace of World War II. He is credited with saving the U.S.S. Lexington from being bombed by the Japanese. He had 5 confirmed "kills" in a single outing. Lots of info on the
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