On Veterans Day, we remember those who have sacrificed to protect and serve our country. To honor them, here is the story a from Flagstaff about World War II veteran who shined a light during a dark time — and the return of a father's lost comic book.
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Many Americans may have forgotten that Veterans Day began as a commemoration of World War I veterans. NPR's Kathleen Rushlow remembers her grandfather, who served in the 12th Machine Gun Battalion.