WWII vets reunite decades later at age 95

Wes Piros and Bob Adams recognized each other from a photo from 75 years ago.
2:12 | 11/12/18

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Kid I was in shock. A I saw Bobby breakfast time most of the time to have breakfast the one things you have been following this course. The military. We started talking woo her and then we start talking about flight training. Yeah I get ten or lifetime. Flying time. And he but that picture. Funny he looked at and then recognize himself in the picture. At first he was the Pentagon. Obviously you know I was no iron and women. That's me. Thousands shock me. Realizes. We have been together it's. Every four years ago didn't realize it when we first got to know each knows here's his picture comes to light that women. That's the tour bus with Norwich free and easy. We isn't treason he junger explores the history his own. October 5 and I was born October. Trying to understand the hall from him anymore coincidences he. We corral everybody in the in the group completed their one hour flying it struck a camera. Insolent took that flew. Hey guys should stick around like that you purchased so we took pictures that was probably Hoosier her more festive recently. Take a rookie. Greenland. Heatley and underground.

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