The guy was in Burger King where'd just gotten my daughter a snack. I noticed he had a Bataan Death March suvivor license plate on his car so I stopped and talked to him for a few minutes. This guy was a member of the Army Air Corps at Clarke Field. My grandmother's brother was a Bataan Death March survivor too. He was a member of New Mexico's 515th Coast Artillery unit. These men were captured by the Japanese in Mar 1942 and served out the war in Prisoner of War camps at first in the PI then in Japan. It's always great to talk to these men since they will not be around much longer. To my daughter (she's 12) WWII is some distant foggy concept in a history book. Today she learned a little history first hand and met a true American hero.