Art Klein, a prisoner of war during World War II, received one last honor Friday afternoon during a pinning ceremony at his Billings home.
Art Klein poses for pictures with his wife, Louise, after he received a framed certificate and pin Friday recognizing his service in the Marines in World War II.
Art Klein chats with Rocky Mountain Hospice's Karen Walker as she presents him with a framed certificate and pin on Friday recognizing his service in the Marines in World War II.
Art Klein's book, "Life of Arthur A. Klein," detailed some of his experiences as a prisoner of war during World War II.
Art Klein holds up a framed certificate recognizing his service in the Marines. It was presented by Rocky Mountain Hospice's Karen Walker on Friday.
It’s been 70 years, but Art Klein, a former member of the the U.S. Marine Corps, vividly remembers the horrors of being captured on Wake Island in the Pacific Ocean and held by Japanese forces during World War II.
After teaming up with a major, but unidentified, national wholesaler, Butts Gun Sales in Billings Heights has moved across Montana’s busiest street to 2018 Main St., Suite 4, next to Big Horn Design & Art Gallery.
A 90-year-old, disabled World War II veteran heralded the passage of a 3.6 percent cost-of-living adjustment for veterans and their families as “great news.”