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Sep 27, 2012

Army Sgt. Edward DeMent shares his story of spending 392 days as a prisoner of war before being liberated by Army Gen. George S. Patton, April 29, 1945. A B-24 gunner during World War II, DeMent spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Breakfast in the Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom, Sept. 18.

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