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Medals Better Late Than Never
Medals Better Late Than Never

AIR DATE: September 27, 2012

Daniel Franich was injured during the Vietnam War. He was shipped out to Japan and then Texas. He recovered and went on to become an engineer. A chance encounter with the Veterans Administration led him to think that he might be eligible for a Purple Heart and 42 years later he was awarded the medal. We talk to him about the long delay and his experience in Vietnam.
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