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Philippe Clerbout's sister unearthed a dog tag in her garden in Southern France in 2001. After years of trying to locate ...
the tag's owner, Clerbout finally met the World War II vet in Newark, New Jersey. (August 8)
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(NATS)HE NEVER EXPECTED THE OWNER OF THE DOG TAG TO STILL BE ALIVE... 69 YEARS LATER.(SOUNDBITE: PHILLIPPE CLERBOUT/FOUND DOG TAG)"Willie and he's alive. It's a big shock for me."IT WAS AN EMOTIONAL MOMENT FOR PHILLIPPE CLERBOUT...HE TRAVELED FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE TO MEET WILLIE WILKINS....THE 90-YEAR-OLD MAN WHOSE DOG TAG WAS DUG UP IN HIS SISTER'S BACKYARD IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE(SOUNDBITE: PHILLIPPE CLERBOUT/FOUND DOG TAG)"To see Willie, no words. It's very important. And very nervous this morning, this night because he's a hero."WILKINS LOST HIS DOG TAG IN THE FRENCH BATTLEFIELDS IN WORLD WAR TWO.(SOUNDBITE: CAROL WILKINS/DAUGHTER)"He didn't have time to think about the dog tag. He was picking up dead bodies and how it came off he doesn't know. It could've been him reaching down picking up a body."CAROL WILKINS SAYS HER FATHER OFTEN TALKED ABOUT THE WAR....AND WONDERED WHAT HAPPENED TO THE DOG TAG...MEETING THE MAN WHO WENT TO SUCH LENGTHS TO RETURN THEM MEANT A GREAT DEAL TO CAROL.(SOUNDBITE: CAROL WILKINS/DAUGHTER)"It was just like, my mother's gone, I don't have many people to share this occasion with but to know that I have someone like Phillipe who cared about my father and wanted him to get something back that was so important, it brought me to be closer to him and his family."IT TOOK CLERBOUT 10 YEARS TO TRACK DOWN WILKINS...HIS OWN FATHER SPENT FIVE YEARS IN A NAZI P-O-W CAMP...HE SAYS HIS LOVE FOR THE MILITARY IS WHAT INSPIRED HIM TO TRACK DOWN WILKINS....IN NEWARK, NEW JERSEY BONNY GHOSH ASSOCIATED PRESS.