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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Long lost 'cover' makes its way back onto WW II vet's head
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Lee Paul, at right, shares a story with Lee Dortsch at the VA Community Living Center in Prescott Thursday morning.
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Lee Paul, at right, shares a story with Lee Dortsch at the VA Community Living Center in Prescott Thursday morning.
There are those who believe everything happens for a reason. If true, U.S. Marine Corps veterans Lee Paul, 88, and Lee Dortsch, 91, were destined to meet. But, while both served in World War II, both landed on Iwo Jima on the same day, and both had the same commanding officer, they never met at the time.

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