Search / 26 results found Showing: 1-10 of 26
It's times like these we want to cling to our families, but in many cases we can't do that either. It's just not safe right now.
Toward the end of World War II, the Nazis were destroying documentation from the concentration camps where so many people were tortured and killed. To help capture the evidence, the military brought in photographers like D.P. McGee Jr.
PADUCAH — There are dark periods of our history many of us would rather forget. The Holocaust is one of those, and the horrors endured by the …
It took more than 40 years for him to talk about what he lived through in Vietnam and how PTSD has impacted his life. He’s now sharing his story of how he’s learned to live with the price of service and sacrifice.
This is the last photo Dennis Cavitt took in his uniform, right after he returned from Vietnam.
Cavitt sits in his backyard in Marshall County and whittles a branch to make a walking stick.
Cavitt talks with Local 6’s Jennifer Horbelt in front of his wood shop.