- Remembering Our Heroes
Remember our heroes
This section pays tribute to some of America's finest, our soldiers from northwest Oklahoma. The series of stories began in 2011, documenting the stories of World War II veterans in northwest Oklahoma. The ENE has placed access on its home page today in honor of the 69th anniversary of D-Day.
‘You never forget it ... it’s still in there ...’
World War II experiences continue to influence Curtis Peters' life
Jumping with the 82nd Airborne
Local paratrooper survived European Threatre fighting during World War II
Riding with Patton: WWII-era tank commander shares story of advancing into Germany with the 3rd Army
Bill Pospisil, 92, has enjoyed a long life farming the land he loves and raising a family outside of Carrier, but it nearly was cut short in the Second World War.
'The Germans were throwing rocks'
When World War II broke out, Ed Sutter just wanted to fly airplanes.
- Not forgotten: Veteran’s WWII memories live on in memoirs
Surviving the war beneath the waves
Submariner recalls combat aboard the USS Seal during World War II
- Surviving in World War II: ‘Just too mean and too tough to die’
WWII veteran shares story with Enid church members
In his more than 90 years, Louis Zamperini has done about everything a man can do. But he counts the time he worked with juveniles and men in prison as the greatest hours of his life.
Sailing with Taffy 3
Young Rex Campbell: From a Breckinridge farm to a fight near Leyte Gulf
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