Troy Bowling, center, visited Wednesday with fellow volunteers John Marston, left,  and Charles Robinson in the volunteers' lounge at the Lexington VA Medical Center off Cooper Drive. Bowling, 87, fought and was wounded on Iwo Jima. during in World War II. Photo by Charles Bertram.
Troy Bowling, center, visited Wednesday with fellow volunteers John Marston, left, and Charles Robinson in the volunteers' lounge at the Lexington VA Medical Center off Cooper Drive. Bowling, 87, fought and was wounded on Iwo Jima. during in World War II. Photo by Charles Bertram. Herald-Leader
Troy Bowling, center, visited Wednesday with fellow volunteers John Marston, left, and Charles Robinson in the volunteers' lounge at the Lexington VA Medical Center off Cooper Drive. Bowling, 87, fought and was wounded on Iwo Jima. during in World War II. Photo by Charles Bertram. Herald-Leader

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