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Robert Teichgraeber, 100, talks about the many gifts and honors he has received for his service in World War II on Nov. 6, 2020 in Collinsville, Ill.. He holds a flag flown in his honor in combat over Afghanistan aboard a United States Air Force C-130J assigned to the 61st Expeditionary Airlift Squadron in July of 2000. He survived 421 days as a prisoner after his plane was shot down during a bombing run in WWII. (Derik Holtmann/Belleville News-Democrat via AP)

Robert Teichgraeber, 100, talks about the many gifts and honors he has received for his service in World War II on Nov. 6, 2020 in Collinsville, Ill.. He holds a flag flown in his honor in combat over Afghanistan aboard a United States Air Force C-130J assigned to the 61st Expeditionary Airlift Squadron in July of 2000. He survived 421 days as a prisoner after his plane was shot down during a bombing run in WWII. (Derik Holtmann/Belleville News-Democrat via AP)

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