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The Very Touching Moment Runners Slowed Down to Pay Tribute to WWII Vet - VIDEO

Joe Bell is a 95-year-old World War II veteran. Sunday, he wanted to cheer on runners at the “San Jose 408K Race to the Row” and decided to do so in full uniform. But things took an unexpected turn when all of a sudden, he was getting more attention than the runners themselves... See what happened here...

That was such a great gesture from the 1st runner that approached him to shake his hand and thanked him for his services and you gotta give it to the other runners that decided to waste a few seconds of their race to follow his example.

Nothing is more important that thanking those who give their lives for our freedom... especially when you're racing for the Pat Tillman Foundation.

The Pat Tillman Foundation was setup to honor Pat Tillman, a former NFL player who died while serving with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. They provide scholarships for veterans and their spouses.

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