Minnesota’s last living World War II Medal of Honor recipient was laid to rest Saturday. Mike Colallilo of West Duluth was among the 450 service members awarded the nation’s highest combat honor during the war. Colallilo was 86 years old.
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Minnesota's last WWII Medal of Honor recipient laid to rest Saturday
Mike Colalillo of West Duluth was one of 450 service members awarded the nation's highest combat award during World War II. Despite the honor, friends say Colalillo rarely spoke of his gallantry because of how humble he was.
Restored World War II glider unveiled
Volunteers who toiled for several years to create a World War II glider out of restored parts unveiled it in Eagan on Wednesday. During the war, Minnesota was the second-largest manufacturer of the aircraft, which were used to quietly move men and materials into enemy territory. On Thursday, the glider will be moved to the Fagen Fighters World War II Museum in Granite Falls.
Minnesota's last World War Two Medal of Honor recipient dies at age 86
Hibbing native Michael Colalillo died Friday at Bayshore Nursing Home in Duluth. Northland NewsCenter reports he was 86. He received the Medal of Honor after he spurred his company to attack a Nazi position fortified with mortar, machine gun and heavy artillery barrages. He also helped a wounded fellow soldier to safety.
World War II-era grenade found, detonated in Moorhead
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Duluth to honor Minnesota's last living Tuskegee Airman
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