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'I cheated death': World War II gunner, Wisconsin native survived 4-mile tailspin, 17 months in Nazi POW camps, and a 600-mile forced march

As was the case for so many families of veterans, the details of their loved one’s deployments remained largely unknown. But after years of "We don’t go there," Gene Moran’s story of falling 4 miles and surviving has reached book form.

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WWII Frontlines Nurse Celebrates 100th Birthday Skydiving Over Florida

“I had never done it, and I’ve done a lot of things in 100 years so I thought I must do it while I can.” -Raymonde Sullivan Huge birthday shoutout to Raymonde Sullivan, a former n…