- Associated Press - Friday, July 10, 2015

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills founder Ralph Wilson’s World War II medals are on display at a Buffalo military museum.

The Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park also has a new display dedicated to former player Bob Kalsu, the only National Football League player to die while serving in the Vietnam War.

Both exhibits are being unveiled Friday.

Wilson’s medals are being loaned by the NFL Hall of Fame for two months. His family has added his Navy uniform and other memorabilia to the Buffalo display. Wilson died last year.

The Kalsu exhibit will feature the cover of a “Sports Illustrated” magazine, his Buffalo Bills helmet and card, and other items.

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