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Frank Buckles, last living U.S. WWI vet, Feb. 27, 2011 age110.

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Frank Woodruff Buckles (born Wood Buckles, February 1901 – February was the last surviving American veteran of World War I.

Frank Buckles died 2011 at age 110. Last veteran of WWI to pass away and is at Arlington National Cemetery.

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The casket of US Army Corporal Frank Buckles lies in honor at the Memorial Chapel at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, March Buckles, the last American veteran of World War I, died February 2011 at the age of 110

Frank Buckles (1901 - 2011) the last American veteran of World War I, drove ambulances in France and later spent years in an internment camp after Japan's invasion of the Philippines in WWII. He was 110.

Frank Buckles - the last American veteran of World War I, drove ambulances in France and later spent years in an internment camp after Japan's invasion of the Philippines in WWII. He was Buckles was born in Bethany, MO.

FRANK BUCKLES CUSTOM CARD-LAST U.S. WW1 VET SIGNED/AUTOGRAPHED -PSA/DNA-1/1

FRANK BUCKLES CUSTOM CARD-LAST U.S. WW1 VET SIGNED/AUTOGRAPHED -PSA/DNA-1/1

David DeJonge this week released a documentary of Frank Buckles' life, and his quest for a World War I memorial on the National Mall.

Last living WWI veteran's failed push for Washington memorial chronicled in film

David DeJonge this week released a documentary of Frank Buckles' life, and his quest for a World War I memorial on the National Mall.

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Frank Buckles, the last US veteran of the First World War, in aged He lied about his age to enlist, failing to join the marines and the navy, but succeeding with the army. He died in aged 110

The last U.S. WWI veteran, Frank W. Buckles, passed away Sunday at the age of 110. Our flag waves @ half-mast in his memory. #InGratefulMemory

Last U.S. World War I veteran Frank W. Buckles dies at 110

WWI veteran, Frank W. Buckles, passed away Sunday at the age of Our flag waves @ half-mast in his memory.

The Duke of Richmond's 'Rough Robin' with the Jockey Frank Buckle Up, 1830, by Benjamin Marshall

The Duke of Richmond's 'Rough Robin' with the Jockey Frank Buckle Up, by Benjamin Marshall

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Veteran: Frank Buckles survived World War I - he was only 16 when he joined - and the Japanese prison camps in the Philippines during World War II

America's last surviving veteran of World War I dies aged 110 years old

Veteran: Frank Buckles survived World War I - he was only 16 when he joined - and the Japanese prison camps in the Philippines during World War II

Frank Buckles Lying In Honor In The Memorial Amphitheater Chapel At Arlington National Cemetery - YouTube

Frank Buckles Lying In Honor In The Memorial Amphitheater Chapel At Arlington National Cemetery

Last U.S. World War I veteran dies  Frank Buckles, 1901-2011

Last U.S. World War I veteran dies

Frank Woodruff Buckles, was the last surviving American veteran of World War I. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1917 and served with a detachment from Fort Riley, driving ambulances and motorcycles near the front lines in Europe.