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Arnold Taylor, Military Policeman, WWII
Arnold Taylor served in the U.S. Army's 99th Infantry Division as a Military Policeman during World War II. Taylor served in Europe with the unit as it advanced into Germany, and witnessed the terrible impact of war on the German people. The horrors of war shaped Arnold Taylor into a man of peace, and when he returned home he devoted his life to helping others. Arnold Taylor was a good friend of the AVC's, participating in the National Memorial Day Parade for the past fifteen years. This interview was recorded with him in 2014. Last month, he passed away. Please take a moment to watch his story, and to share with family and friends. We will always remember you, sir.
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Episode 24 - Whatever Happened to John?
TODAYâ€™S STORY IS OUR FIRST EPISODE FEATURING A MIA WHO LOST HIS LIFE DURING THE KOREAN WARâ€™S FAMOUS BATTLE OF THE CHOSIN RESERVOIR. ALSO KNOWN AS THE â€œFROZEN CHOSIN." OUR HERO IN TODAYâ€™S EPISODE LOST HIS LIFE PROTECTING AN AIRFIELD SO THAT HIS WOUNDED BUDDIES COULD BE EVACUATED. THERE ARE ALMOST 8,000 AMERICAN SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN WHO REMAIN MIAâ€™S FROM A WAR THAT MOST AMERICANS ARE ONLY VAGUELY AWARE OF AND IS KNOWN AS "THE FORGOTTEN WAR." STAY TUNED FOR NOT ONLY A HISTORY LESSON BUT ALSO THE STORY OF SACRIFICE AND VALOR BY A VETERAN MARINEÂ IN THIS EPISODE OFÂ â€œNO HOME FOR HEROESâ€ Â
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Tuesday 18 September
As EC president Jean-Claude Juncker prepares to leave his post, we assess what the future of the EU might look like. Plus: we analyse Germanyâ€™s renewable-energy train and ask if Russia has been meddling in Macedoniaâ€™s politics.