Valley Veterans Working to Preserve World War I History
What’s the price of history? For one restoration project, it’s about $25,000.
A group of veterans from the American Legion Loyal Post 37 in McAllen is collecting money to preserve a historical field gun from World War I.
As CHANNEL 5's Taylor Winkel explains, they hope to get it back to ceremonial firing condition.
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For more on the American Legion Post 37, visit their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Post37McAllen/ .
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