Windell McCracken of Myrtle Beach stands in his kitchen before he receives a WWII dog tag belonging to his late brother Clyde McCracken after the dog tag was lost by his brother aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown during World War II. Jim Askew, a resident of Milton, Delaware, delivered the tag after discovering it in the personal belongings of his father William Askew. The dog tag was recovered by Askew during the rescue mission after the battle. Clyde McCracken died in 2011.
Windell McCracken of Myrtle Beach stands in his kitchen before he receives a WWII dog tag belonging to his late brother Clyde McCracken after the dog tag was lost by his brother aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown during World War II. Jim Askew, a resident of Milton, Delaware, delivered the tag after discovering it in the personal belongings of his father William Askew. The dog tag was recovered by Askew during the rescue mission after the battle. Clyde McCracken died in 2011. Randall Hill Randall Hill/For The Sun News
Windell McCracken of Myrtle Beach stands in his kitchen before he receives a WWII dog tag belonging to his late brother Clyde McCracken after the dog tag was lost by his brother aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown during World War II. Jim Askew, a resident of Milton, Delaware, delivered the tag after discovering it in the personal belongings of his father William Askew. The dog tag was recovered by Askew during the rescue mission after the battle. Clyde McCracken died in 2011. Randall Hill Randall Hill/For The Sun News

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