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Vietnam veteran returning Japanese flag his father took in WWII
2/10/2018

​NBC 7 SAN DIEGO --- A Vietnam veteran from California will travel halfway around the world to return a Japanese flag his father took from a deceased soldier during World War Two. Charley Trujillo says his father was a World War Two veteran who took a Japanese flag from a soldier on the battlefield in New Guinea. It still has blood stains and tribute lettering that translates to "always win" and "each man equal to ten." Trujillo says he was able to determine what region of the country the soldier was from and will try to track down the man's family next week.

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Vietnam veteran returning Japanese flag his father took in WWII