Coming full circle: A chief uncovers great-uncle's WWII crash site, 70 years later
Gaston Mean, center, an Awyaille, Belgium, resident for more than 70 years, reads his letter depicting the events that took place Dec. 24, 1944, after a B-17 Flying Fortress crashed in his town following a dogfight in World War II, while Frédéric Winkin, left, a local World War II museum curator, translates for the group, Aug. 12, 2015. U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. James McCloskey, right, can be seen listening to the story of how Mean helped pull his great-uncle from the wreckage. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Shane S. Karp / Released)

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