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A group of World War II vets, ages 83 to 95, got a hero’s welcome after arriving in Washington, D.C. to visit the WWII memorial for the first time. The men were overwhelmed by gratitude from their fellow Americans at the site, and one said, "we would do it again to save our freedom."