Family of Missing WWII Soldier Gets Dog Tag, Ring After 64 Years





Nearly six and a half decades after a gunner's B-24 bomber was shot down over France during World War II, a twisted dog tag and a ring found last year at the crash site have been handed over to the his family in Vermont.

They are items Felix Shostak was believed to have been wearing when he flew his last mission on Aug. 18, 1944, to attack a German fighter base in northern France.

On July 5, a member of the Vermont Army National Guard delivered the artifacts to the family.



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