Army Lieutenant Henry Schenk was killed in action in 1952 as he tried to save his fellow soldiers during an ambush in Korea. And James McEachin has been searching for Schenk’s family for decades, hoping to tell them of the lieutenant’s brave actions.
A Kentucky family has regained possession of a batch of medals earned by their forebear during World War II after thinking the honors were lost to history.
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