Last World War I Veteran Passes.

Frank Buckles, Last of World War I Doughboys, Dies at 110

The last U.S. WWI veteran, Frank W. Buckles, passed away Sunday at the age of 110. Our flag waves @ half-mast in his memory. #InGratefulMemory

Last U.S. World War I veteran Frank W. Buckles dies at 110

The last U.S. WWI veteran, Frank W. Buckles, passed away Sunday at the age of 110. Our flag waves @ half-mast in his memory. #InGratefulMemory

Thank you for your Service, Frank Buckles -last living U.S. WWI vet, Feb. 27, 2011 age 110.  Thank you, to the Frank Buckles long line of family members!

Thank you for your Service, Frank Buckles -last living U.S. WWI vet, Feb. 27, 2011 age 110. Thank you, to the Frank Buckles long line of family members!

The Last Doughboy of World War I  Frank Buckles lied about his age to serve in World War I. Before his death at 110 years old, he was America’s only living link to the great conflict

The Last Doughboy of World War I Frank Buckles lied about his age to serve in World War I. Before his death at 110 years old, he was America’s only living link to the great conflict

David DeJonge this week released a documentary of Frank Buckles' life, and his quest for a World War I memorial on the National Mall.

Last living WWI veteran's failed push for Washington memorial chronicled in film

David DeJonge this week released a documentary of Frank Buckles' life, and his quest for a World War I memorial on the National Mall.

U.S. Marines responding to gas attack near Verdun, France, during World War I. Frank Buckles, the last surviving veteran of World War I, died Feb. 27.

U.S. Marines responding to gas attack near Verdun, France, during World War I. Frank Buckles, the last surviving veteran of World War I, died Feb. 27.

Frank Buckles  In February 2011 Frank Buckles the last American veteran of WW1 died at at his home in Charleston, West Virginia at the age of 110.  He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors.  Flags were flown at half-staff on Capitol Hill. Pres. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden made a secret trip to the site to visit the family before the burial. In 1917 in order to enlist in the army, Mister Buckles lied to recruiters telling them he was 18 when in fact he was…

Frank Buckles In February 2011 Frank Buckles the last American veteran of WW1 died at at his home in Charleston, West Virginia at the age of 110. He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. Flags were flown at half-staff on Capitol Hill. Pres. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden made a secret trip to the site to visit the family before the burial. In 1917 in order to enlist in the army, Mister Buckles lied to recruiters telling them he was 18 when in fact he was…

Frank Buckles (1901 - 2011) the last American veteran of World War I, drove ambulances in France and later spent years in an internment camp after Japan's invasion of the Philippines in WWII. He was 110.

Frank Buckles (1901 - 2011) the last American veteran of World War I, drove ambulances in France and later spent years in an internment camp after Japan's invasion of the Philippines in WWII. He was 110.

Saying Goodbye:  America's Last Doughboy (Frank Buckles) by Ashley Bernardi - Great Article

Saying Goodbye: America's Last Doughboy (Frank Buckles) by Ashley Bernardi - Great Article

You think you're the only one not to be tested? Ha! Try me, bitchhh.

You think you're the only one not to be tested? Ha! Try me, bitchhh.

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