At 98, World War II tank commander is 'living history'

Just shy of his 99th birthday, World War II tank commander Vernon Foster vividly recalls hellish battles in France and Germany, being blasted by shrapnel in the face, logging 2,600 miles in the five-man Sherman tank named for his wife Dottie, and meeting President Franklin D. Roosevelt. (Acknowledge Media video)

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