Thread: Post a War Hero
View Single Post
Old 12-15-2016, 05:17 PM   #8
Yorkie
LiveLeaker
 
Yorkie's Avatar
 

Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Hang Son Doong
Posts: 7,667
Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!Yorkie is a forum GOD!!
Points: 2,147,497,851, Level: 100
Points: 2,147,497,851, Level: 100 Points: 2,147,497,851, Level: 100 Points: 2,147,497,851, Level: 100
Activity: 42%
Activity: 42% Activity: 42% Activity: 42%
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Velhalla View Post
My grandfathers cousin, Charley Havlat, the last American killed in combat in Europe during WW11, he and my grandfather lived and grew up together in a Czech community in Nebraska.
https://www.abmc.gov/news-events/new...i#.V-7ElCRey-c

Attachment 145423

Attachment 145424

I always heard the stories but really didn't have proof he was the last killed til I stumbled on this article, I always thought it was a little white lie.
IMG_3967.JPG

On Aug. 18, 1945, three days after World War II officially ended, U.S. Army photographer Sgt. Anthony J. Marchione (1925-1945), 20th Reconnaissance Squadron, was aboard a B-32 aircraft when it took cannon fire, wounding Marchione severely. He later died and was the last American to die in the war.
__________________
Ok then, here's the dumb fuck interpretation/translation of what I very clearly articulated in my previous eloquent comment:
Go to school, not church.
Duh. Or are you advocating some kind of fairy tale festival holy war of the dumb cunts? ~L8rm8e

What are you? Fucking high!? Chill out dude.~SgtRock
Yorkie is offline   Reply With Quote