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by Robert A. Waters
On May 9, 1962, Daniel Schmidt died on an operating table at Fort Miley Veteran’s Hospital in San Francisco. The former airman, only 31, expired as doctors performed open heart surgery.
More than 33,000 Americans had died in the Korean War and Schmidt, who survived the conflict, may have been its final victim.
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