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  • Mitchell brothers, vets of WWII, reflect on Memorial Day

    John, 96, Marion, 98, and Roy, 92 - the Mitchell brothers remember their service to country and those who didn't return from war. They survive today as living testaments to those who fought in World War II, and on Memorial Day, when the nation remembers those who died in war and its veterans.

John, 96, Marion, 98, and Roy, 92 - the Mitchell brothers remember their service to country and those who didn't return from war. They survive today as living testaments to those who fought in World War II, and on Memorial Day, when the nation remembers those who died in war and its veterans. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee
John, 96, Marion, 98, and Roy, 92 - the Mitchell brothers remember their service to country and those who didn't return from war. They survive today as living testaments to those who fought in World War II, and on Memorial Day, when the nation remembers those who died in war and its veterans. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee

3 brothers reflect on WWII experiences

May 29, 2016 12:00 AM

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