WWII vet, 100, takes to Reddit to answers questions

WWII vet, 100, takes to Reddit to answers questions
Ever wanted to ask a 100-year-old World War II veteran anything?

Armond Morris Welch, who served in the Army Air Force as a ground officer during World War II, accepted questions ranging from life advice to his time serving in the military on the social media platform Reddit earlier this month.

“I am a 100 year old human and a World War 2 veteran,” the Reddit post reads. “I want to share my life and experiences with people who might be helped by them. Ask me anything!”

The post, which claims it was started by Welch’s granddaughter, has attracted thousands of comments since it was first posted on Reddit on Nov. 4.

Read the full article on Military Times

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