Three veterans who last saw each other during the Vietnam War recently reconnected, and what a reunion it was.
The three men, one from Northern Michigan, the other a fellow serviceman -- a man whose life he saved -- and their platoon leader, saw each other, face-to-face, for the first time since an incredibly harrowing event.
Sergeant William French was in battle when he was wounded by gunfire. A bullet went through his voice box and exited his body through his back.
“My body being shot was just froze, and I just gradually just went down,” French said.
Private Joseph Safina immediately started lifesaving efforts.