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Where were you on March 1 1969.
Maybe you weren't even born yet from one group or Marines fighting for our country and Vietnam.
March 1 1969 is -- day they will never forget.
Is he ever it is here with that story -- wouldn't you don't fight.
Out of -- section needs drew -- Huntsville Alabama for FOX & Friends last Saturday and we met this.
Wonderful man who was a marine that served in 69.
And for this group of Vietnam that's the battle lapel for 84.
Was a day of alternate bravery and now more than four decades later.
We caught up with them as they reunited for the first time and recognized one marine with a handful of military's most prestigious awards take a -- We're on top of the hill you know I think our members -- -- as many people left and you know -- I look at they have got a -- -- time.
On Monday and field back to Green tank grenades Soledad it's fading.
Go -- Made out of -- second.
-- -- -- -- 43 years later they're all reuniting for the very first time of course remembering those who lost their lives.
The praising one -- in particular he's saying to me anymore.
He was standing on the open directing -- -- he was cool and calm the whole time we -- know you always this marina on the ground.
Had a concussion.
And they'll remember the chopper -- coming our revenue Cleveland up blowing smoke up there I'm standing up there are trying to direct in the end you know.
And I've done its job.
But it didn't.
And it didn't matter.
A decision that earned him four medals of honor to purple hearts a silver star and the bronze star.
Medals he never received and medals he didn't even know -- hat.
This is there.
The president of the -- think America had reported this summer's are metal youth well Cleveland -- years.
Sort of remove almost pictures together and one of the -- -- what you -- and a lot of medals sauce and -- these guys don't graduate.
Walk around Cleveland to congratulate him on his super store and -- never -- you.
-- it's over the net effect of them Soderberg and it was struggled he needed help not only.
Got up and you can help the rest.
That we got that held that day and I -- -- I was up and so it's.
But -- since you aren't we gotta get him.
A lot of these guys -- innocent until proven.
The seating and recommit.
After them -- Elizabeth.
Visited a moratorium on hold.
This CD -- good -- -- -- There's always some.
Think it's you will put on this earth to do.
Sometime in May come sooner.
Sometime in May come later.
But be patient.
And it's coming.
Because this took the O dog to.
Lots of -- And I thank god for that.
-- an amazing what a story is really had a hard time recently because his health has declined to bet you know he's.
It's 43 years later.
And so we said this could not have come at a better time -- really grateful to god into the people who were involved in this and getting these award especially Vietnam vets -- -- yeah.
Totally forgotten there's no one wants to talk about their work.
It was really special all of those guys that were standing up there they were crying they were telling their stories hadn't seen each other.
Since the battle field and they were saying each other's lives have very emotional for them thank you very much for going down now -- -- a lot -- I'm glad pleasure to meet all of found a wonderful story thank you.
And he's obviously -- going.
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