We can't forget the men and women who sacrificed so that the rest of us may enjoy the rights and freedoms we cherish so dearly!
The oldest known living U.S. veteran of World War I, J. Russell Coffey a retired teacher, one of only three U.S. veterans still alive from the "war to end all wars," died at the ripe old age of 109.
More than 4.7 million Americans joined the military from 1917-1918. The two remaining U.S. veterans are Frank Buckles, 106, of Charles Town, W.Va.; and Harry Richard Landis, 108, of Sun City Center, Fla., according to the Veterans Affairs Department.
Can you imagine listening to his war stories or just stories about the "good ole days".
May he rest in peace!