The last two surviving members of the 451st bomber squadron reunited to honor their brothers with a toast. A box containing a bottle of cognac was signed by many of the 451st and sealed at a reunion over 50 years ago. Those names have been crossed out but their memory lives on thanks to these to men holding on to tradition.
Last two survivors of WWII squadron reunite for a special toast
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