Lost at sea, sailor gets honor 68 years later

May 19, 2012 Full story: Cincinnati.com

Andy Pettitte, fresh of retirement, looked like he plenty of life left in his arm.

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The Mad Man

Long Beach, CA

#1 May 21, 2012
In depth human interest story but why 68 years later?
Doesn't the military do anything on time or within a reasonable period? How many medals? What good does that do for the family?
A brave soldier dies and 68 years later he is recognized for his bravery? Military seriously needs to update their records! How many years will other soldiers have to wait to be recognized?

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