100-year-old Iowa WWII vet honors West Point graduate grandson
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CLOSE John Neu, 100, of Des Moines, pins the second lieutenant bars on the shoulder of his grandson, Joseph Anchondo of Lockhart, Texas, in a family ceremony at the Iowa World War II Memorial in Des Moines.
The old soldier's hip hurt and he was unsteady on his feet.
Yet John Neu, a month shy of his 101st birthday, rose from his wheelchair on a sweltering Monday evening in front of the Iowa World War II Memorial at East 13th and East Walnut streets.
Neu steadied himself on his walker as his grandson, Joseph Anchondo, took a knee beside him.
Anchondo wore... read more
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