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Remembering a Christmas spent in hell at the Battle of the Bulge

Veteran: Experience on battlefield taught him family matters most on Christmas

Raymond Ray was born and raised in Wisconsin. When World War II broke out he was drafted into the U.S. Army and as a 19-year-old kid was sent to the front lines of what would become the largest and bloodiest battle of World War II, the Battle of the Bulge.

Travel co. offers Mt. Horeb man free trip

Couple claims they paid another company $6K for tour that never happened

A World War II history travel company in Kentucky is offering to take a Mt. Horeb veteran and his wife on a "Band of Brothers" tour to visit European battlefields for free after the couple's original tour company out of Massachusetts took their money and did not follow through on the travel.

Dad and son share trip of a lifetime

WWII veteran and son go to D.C. with Badger Honor Flight

It was a picture perfect Father's Day, one Eric Johnson chose to spend outside with a barn full of cows, some shorthorn showmen, and his family.