More than five decades ago, the son of Air Force Col. Roy Knight waved goodbye to his father as he headed off to war.
On Thursday, that same son flew his father's remains back to the very same airport
Norman resident D.J. Gentry is helping bring a World War II ancestor home after nearly 76 years of uncertainty.
Recently an article by the Washington Spectator’s national correspondent, Rick Perlstein, was published with the attention-grabbing headline: “It’s Time to Haul Down Another Flag of Racist Hate.” The article gained national attention when Newsweek picked it up on Aug. 11 and ignited a firestorm of resentment over its claim that the origin of the black and white POW/MIA flag is rooted in racism and hatred, rather than remembrance for the more than 80,000 men and women still waiting to come home.