Allen D. Evans, a staff sergeant with the Army’s 76th Field Artillery Battalion, holds the flag during a parade in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on July 4, 1945. The French government will award Evans, 89, the Legion of Honor this week for his service in France during WWII.
Allen D. Evans, a staff sergeant with the Army’s 76th Field Artillery Battalion, holds the flag during a parade in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on July 4, 1945. The French government will award Evans, 89, the Legion of Honor this week for his service in France during WWII. courtesy of Tom Evans
Allen D. Evans, a staff sergeant with the Army’s 76th Field Artillery Battalion, holds the flag during a parade in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on July 4, 1945. The French government will award Evans, 89, the Legion of Honor this week for his service in France during WWII. courtesy of Tom Evans

WWII veterans awarded Legion of Honor for service to France

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