Sitting In A Cockpit Again, World War II Fighter Pilot Recounts Final MissionCapt. Jerry Yellin, 92, was reacquainted with the type of plane he flew during the war, the P-51 Mustang.
WWII Soldier's Lost Dog Tag Being Given To Texas RelativesA long-lost dog tag belonging to an American soldier killed in World War II will soon reach his family in Texas.
Vintage Military Plane Makes Belly Landing At Dallas AirportA World War II-era military plane has made a belly landing at Dallas Executive Airport.
Veterans Day Events Held Across The MetroplexNorth Texans took time Wednesday to salute our nation's veterans. Many people went to one of several events planned across the Metroplex, including a big parade in downtown Dallas.
Humble, Decorated Army Veteran Remembered At His FuneralA man from The Greatest Generation offered a lesson in humility.
Pair Of World War II Vets Share Feelings On Memorial DayBob Lawson worked on electronics at a Navy air station at the end of World War II. Sidney Achee served in that war as well as Korea and Vietnam.
Texas WWII Vet Gets Back Duffel Bag Lost On Normandy BeachIt’s been 70 years since then Staff Sergeant Waymon Blundell jumped onto the beach at Normandy. But, the World War II vet still draws a crowd with his stories… and that’s exactly what he was doing today.
Col. Paul Green, Member Of Tuskegee Airmen, Dies At 91Col. Paul L. Green, one of the Tuskegee Airmen — the legendary black pilots who escorted U.S. aircraft during World War II — has died in a senior care home.
Bill Renaming Waco VA Hospital For 'Dorie' Miller Goes To PresidentPresident Barack Obama will consider signing a bill to rename the Waco Veterans Affairs Medical Center for World War II hero Doris Miller.
Texans Among Survivors Gathering To Remember Pearl Harbor AttackVeterans who survived the Pearl Harbor attack are gathering for the 73rd anniversary.
Texas Museum Features Rare Military VehiclesA museum featuring World War II tanks and other military vehicles has opened after more than a decade of planning.
Dallas Woman Buys Nuremberg Stenographer's MementosA Dallas woman has paid $9,000 for documents from the Nuremberg trials that were found in an old trunk in Alaska that belonged to a postwar stenographer.

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