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Lukas Roy (right) simulates taking prisoners Saturday, Sept. 8, during a re-enactment that was part of the Lockport Township Park District’s WWII Days event. Photos by Adam Jomant/22nd Century Media
Dylan Williams (left) chats with Max Carroll during WWII Days.
Nick Ingram stares down the battlefield Saturday, Sept. 8, during a re-enactment at the Lockport Township Park District’s eighth annual WWII Days event at Dellwood Park.
Amanda Del Buono, Freelance Reporter
10:55 am CDT September 11, 2018
War today is much different than it used to be. During World War II, combat was much more intimate than it is today, with drones and other technology now allowing soldiers to remain at a distance from the enemy.