WWII Vet Honored on 111th Birthday with Flyover

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Robert Gearty at reports that Lawrence Brooks, “the oldest known U.S. veteran of World War II,” was honored with military plane flyovers for his 111th birthday.

The National WWII Museum planned the birthday bash and, in addition to the flyovers, “the museum’s vocal trio, The Victory Belles, sang ‘Happy Birthday.’”

What an amazing way to honor a member of the greatest generation.

Everyone here at The Greatest Generation wishes Mr. Brooks a very happy birthday! Thank you for your service!

Take a look at how Michigan honored members of the greatest generation on the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII – CLICK HERE!