By Joseph Money
Joe Autobee, of Publo, Colorado, grew accustomed to the taste of whiskey during his WWII service. As an Air Corps gunner pilot during World War II, he was given a sandwich and a glass of whiskey at the end of every raid.
While Autobee wasn't sure how the service had made their choice of refreshments, he took it just the same.
"I think whiskey's good for your nerves," Autobee guessed.