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    The death of the largest American warrior who participated in World War II

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    Post by Rocky Fri 28 Dec 2018, 2:48 am

    The death of the largest American warrior who participated in World War II

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    - Richard Overton, the oldest American war veteran, died in the United States on Thursday at the age of 112. 

    The channel reported " the Fox News " American television on Friday that Overton was at the same time the largest man not in the United States so far. He was born in 1906 and served for three years in the US Army Aviation Engineering Battalion during the Second World War on various Pacific islands , including Pearl Harbor and the Japanese Okinawa and Iwo Jima Islands .




    Everton has always said he does not like war and "forgot all about it." 

    Overton lived most of his life in Austin, the capital of Texas. 

    While celebrating his 112th birthday in May, Overton admitted that he had started smoking since he was 18 years old and has been smoking cigarettes so far, adding that he did not inhale smoke. 

    The channel added that Overton did not give up a bottle of whiskey to the mayor of Austin. He also drove a car before reaching the age of 110 years. 

    When Everton celebrated his 111th birthday, he was given his name for the street he lived in for more than 70 years, and the name of the street is now "Overton Avenue". 

    Last week, the American veteran was taken to hospital for pneumonia, where he later died.




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    Post by Lobo Fri 28 Dec 2018, 12:35 pm

    Thank you Sir for your service and may God rest your soul.

    Thank you Rocky for sharing.

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