America’s oldest living WWII Veteran, celebrates 110th birthday

Lawrence Brooks has become America’s oldest living WWII Veteran, having celebrated a birthday that saw him turn 110 years old this past Saturday.

The former Private 1st Class was born September 12, 1909, and served his country between 1940 and 1945.

He was recently honored at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, and now holds the distinction of being America’s oldest living WWII veteran. The title had previously been held by Mr. Richard Overton, though he sadly passed away at the age of 112, on December 27, 2018.

He was recently honored at the National World Waar II Museum in New Orleans, and now holds the distinction of being America’s oldest living WWII vet eran. The title had previously been held by Mr. Richard Overton, though he sadly passesed away at the age of 112.He was recently honored at the National World Waar II Museum in New Orleans, and now holds the distinction of being America’s oldest living WWII vet eran. The title had previously been held by Mr. Richard Overton, though he sadly passesed away at the age of 112.

 

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