WWII P-51 Mustang Pilot remembers war

During the 4th of July weekend it's important to remember why we celebrate our freedom. If you see a Veteran thank them and ask their story. Kaz and Coery did that with a Cedar man named Clarence “doc” Waters, though everyone calls him doc. He got that name not through medical school, but a gas station. It was the depression and his boss didn't want to pay per letter to have “Clarence” on his shirt. For the last 72 years the names stuck. The video on this link is his war story. He will be at the Blue Angel show in premium VIP seats on the 4th of July thanks to his son Dave. Please say hi!