World War II veteran Joseph Vetri dead at 92

Pvt. Joseph L. Vetri, who landed at Normandy

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Pvt. Joseph L. Vetri, who landed at Normandy about 10 days after D-Day began, died July 6 in West Babylon. He was 92. Vetri also served as an anti-aircraft gunner defending the vital port at Antwerp during the Battle of the Bulge. He spoke to News 12 Long Island back in May 2016 about his life as a soldier. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

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