WWII and Korean War Veterans FINALLY Celebrate High School Graduation

Two veterans finally got to celebrate high school graduation, 65 years after leaving early to serve the United States.

According to the Daily Mail, 95-year-old WWII veteran Joe Perricone and 85-year-old Korean War veteran Bill William Arnold Craddock joined the class of 2019 to pick up their diplomas from their local Florida and Tennessee high schools.

Perricone was drafted into the Army in 1943 to serve in Europe for three years during WWII, just months before graduation. Craddock was slated to graduate in 1953, but he joined the Air Force at 16 years of age. He went on to serve 8 years, during which he earned his GED.

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