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The former Notre Dame running back weighed just 98 pounds after 1,236 days as a prisoner of war.
By Claire Barrett
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A San Francisco Bay Area man who survived the infamous 1942 Bataan Death March and symbolized the thousands of unheralded Filipinos who fought alongside American forces during World War II has died. He was 100.
"As long as there is a New Mexico National Guard, these men will never be forgotten," said New Mexico National Guard Adjutant General Kenneth Nava. "We will never forget their sacrifices."
By Maddy Hayden, Albuquerque Journal via AP