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Surge of elderly World War II veterans traveling to DC on South Carolina Honor Flight

COLUMBIA - Four months ago, only six World War II veterans had signed on to fly to Washington, D.C., in May for a special tour to see the memorials built in their honor.
World War II Museum tour visits Battle of Bulge locations 70 years later

NEW ORLEANS - A tour connected to the National World War II Museum is taking three dozen people to the battlefields and towns in Belgium where the Battle of the Bulge was fought 70 years ago.
Family traces father's emotional journey on, after D-Day

My father, 1st Sgt. William G. Presnell, landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day plus six, June 12.
New Year's is not always a quiet time for news

New Year's Eve and New Year's Day are usually quiet for newspaper newsrooms. But sometimes, history happens.
Leon Lewis

TWIN CITY, Ga. - Mr. Leon Cecil Lewis, 89, resident of Twin City, GA, died Friday morning at Cedar Plantation in Metter, Georgia. Mr. Lewis was a native and lifelong resident of Emanuel County. He was the son of the late Leon W. and Frankie
Graham Logan Jr.

...strategic targets over Europe. Notably, the 453rd flew numerous missions during the Normandy D-Day Invasion and the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. Col. Logan was selected for Infantry Officers Candidate School Fort Benning, Ga. in 1946...
Hays Jensen

EVANS, Ga. - Mr. Hays H. Jensen, 89, passed away in his sleep in the early morning of Friday, April 18, 2014, at his home in Evans, Georgia. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at Platt's Belair Road Chapel with
Calvin Williams

WWII Veteran, 101st Airborne BURNETTOWN, S.C. - Entered into rest on July 29, 2014, Mr. Calvin J. Jack Williams. Mr. Williams was preceded in death by his mother, Zella Sellers Wooten; his step-father, Bernard Wooten; and his sister, Faye Seigler.
WWII reunions poignant for dwindling veterans

DAYTON, Ohio - Paul Young rarely talked about his service during World War II - about the B-25 bomber he piloted, about his 57 missions, about the dangers he faced or the fears he overcame. "Some things you just don't talk about," he said.
Covington man served in secret unit during WWII

COVINGTON, Ga. - Jack Stanley was a ghost during World War II. He was a master of deception, tricking enemy forces into believing the Allies were places they weren't, spilling secrets that were really misinformation, and saving tens of thousands of lives.