Death of man who helped build the Vietnam Wall remains an unsolved mystery
Kathy Klyce was worried. Her husband, Jack Wheeler, a prominent consultant and former Pentagon official, had been out of touch for a few days. They had argued about his decision to head to Washington, D.C., on Dec. 28, 2010, while she stayed at their condo in New York. She was stunned when her stepdaughter told here on Jan. 2, 2011, that police from Newark, Delaware, had called: Jack was dead, they said.
Veteran to receive WWI Victory Medal, other awards in posthumous ceremony on Fort Bragg
Nearly 73 years after his death, the U.S. Army will award a World War I Victory Medal, Prisoner of War Medal and Purple Heart to a soldier who fought in two world wars, served as an American spy, was held prisoner three times and served as an unofficial rabbi in a prisoner of war camp while smuggling notes, money and medicine to his fellow troops inside.