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Regis Philbin, iconic TV host and Navy veteran, dead at 88
Regis Philbin, the effervescent broadcast personality whose everyman shtick, pithy one-liners and ability to relate to a live studio audience on talk shows such as “Live! With Regis and Kelly”...
Decorated Air Force pilot who served in three wars, became a world-class marksman passes from COVID-19
"He was just the most honorable, loyal, salt-of-the-earth kind of guy."
‘One hell of a patriot’ — Combat airman who played Taps for over 5,000 veteran funerals dies at 98
As mourners gathered at veteran funerals, Otto always stood at parade rest, apart from the crowd. In 100-degree heat or the chill of winter, Otto wasn't about to sit down...
This Air Force Combat Rescue Pilot ‘Gave Everything For His Country.’ Here’s Why He’s Remembered At Home
Maj. Keith Altenhofen was the “real deal”, an elite helicopter rescue pilot who flew in sandstorms and combat situations that … Continued
This Texas Man Was A Dirtbag To His Family. When He Died, They Got Their Revenge
There’s being disliked, and then there’s being so downright despised that your own family writes this in your obituary: “He … Continued
Leo Gray, Tuskegee Airman And Military Pioneer, Dies At 92
Retired Lt. Col. Leo Gray, one of the original Tuskegee Airmen who fought in the skies over Europe during World … Continued
Leave It To A Marine To Write His Own Hilarious Obituary
Walter George Bruhl Jr. passed away last Sunday. The former Marine sergeant and Korean War veteran was 80 years old. … Continued