Two WWII vets remember end of the war
by Ricky Leroux
12:32 AM, Wednesday, September 02
MARIETTA — After flying 27 missions in Europe as a waist gunner aboard a B-17 nicknamed “Ginger,” retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Hunter Rowley, 92, was learning how to be an instructor for new gunners at a school in Laredo, Texas, when he heard the ...

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