Oldest U.S. WWII vets

Oldest U.S. WWII vets [PHOTO\VIDEO], No atheists in foxholes, or even 50 years later. For sixty years, Richard Overton and Elmer Hill lived four hours away from each other in Central Texas.

They drove the same highways, crisscrossed the same towns and shouldered the same Texas droughts and freezes, never knowing that they shared a remarkably similar history. Overton and Hill are both 107 years old, both native Texans and both African American veterans of World War II who fought Japanese forces in the Pacific.

They've never met — until now. Go here to read more and see the photos and video.