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Memories Of Combat Still Haunt Veterans Of WWII, Korea And Vietnam (Video)


Veterans Of Three Wars Remember Their Service

Three veterans who served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War talk about what they witnessed in combat.

— Joe Galloway was a newspaper correspondent who covered the war in Vietnam. He was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor for rescuing wounded service members while under fire, according to his biography.

— Phillip Williams served as a private first class in the Korean War;

— Raymond Stewart served as a sergeant in World War II;

Galloway says of the war memories that still haunt him:

"We're not supposed to forget 'em. We're not supposed to have closure."

(Video courtesy of the Defense Department.)

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