At 95 years old Warren Miller, Horseheads, still remains in amazing spirits as he tells his story of being overseas during World War II in the early 1900s not soon after marrying his high school sweetheart.
Miller takes our 18 News reporter Nate Niles through a journey of his life overseas. During the interview, Miller explains the extent of what it truly feels like to be through a World War.
Miller was a part of the four hundred and fifieth bomb group in Manduria, Italy.
Along his journey, he shares harrowing tales about being attacked and having to jump from planes with a hole in his arm. Along with stories of marches that last for up to 90 miles (144.84 km) at a time.
To cap off the conversation, Miller talks about his way home at the end of the war when his plane had to make a crash landing after running out of gas.
Warren, at 95 years old, is one of the true heroes of this country that we don’t deserve. This is an interview you don’t want to miss.