On Okinawa, clash over war and peace began with US victory in WWII (McClatchy Washington Bureau)

NAGO, Japan — As two U.S. Marine Corps aircraft soar above a pristine Pacific beach, a Japanese environmentalist on the shore below worries that she may see many more of them very soon. “I feel the vibration” when Marine aircraft pass overhead, says Anna Shimabukuro, 37. “I feel uncomfortable.” She’s spent more than half her life…