SHEFFIELD VILLAGE, OH - He is a member of what is called our country's "Greatest Generation."
Retired US Army Sergeant Clyde Fulton served in World War II as a tank commander. He fought in Europe under General George Patton and was awarded the Purple Heart.
And he is celebrating his 100th birthday.
The secret to his longevity? "All I can say is 'one day at a time,' and my mother's genes."
Fulton was honored with a party at the Veteran's Administration in Sheffield Village. Jack Shea has the story in the video, above.