The number on the back gives you TSA Precheck also (or did) and you can use it for everyone in your group (i did for my family members)A little FYI for Military ID holders. TSA will accept your military ID for boarding.
That was a very interesting story he had. I had a lot of older WWII friends when I was younger. Always enjoyed their stories and just letting them talk because they had a connection with me being in the military. Not that I did anything close too what most of them did. But you could see the look on their face change when a funny story lead into a not so funny story and they’d change the subject.My grandpa was a 101st 504th "Devils in Baggy Pants" survivor of Bastogne with 3 combat drops, he was with them from the outset in North Africa so the great story in the video below I actually heard from my grandpa in 1988-89 as a division mith. It was not long after I was commissioned... It was only after that he'd share his combat experiences with me. I just fell across this story surfing tonight. When you have an hour, pour a dirnk, and let master story teller Vincent regile you with a poingint life/war story. I'm smiling at grandpa through a little mist... the mith was real.
WWII 101st Airborne Paratrooper Vincent Speranza’s Story of Combat and his Famed Bastogne Beer Run.