101-year-old World War II veteran travels 1,500 miles to commission his grandson into the US Air Force

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But the elder Kloc wasn’t just there to watch the Class of 2019 graduate last week in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The 101-year-old was on hand to commission his grandson as an officer in the Air Force.

The elder Kloc, 101, received a standing ovation from the crowd, the Air Force Academy said.

He flew all the way from Amherst, New York, accompanied by his son and Joseph’s dad, William.

Joseph Kloc called last week's ceremony "one of the best days of my life."
The Air Force Academy said on Facebook that the crowd gave the World War II veteran a standing ovation during the ceremony, adding that “everyone in the room was gifted with a memory they’ll never forget.”

On Facebook, Joseph Kloc called the event “(p)robably one of the best days of my life.”

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