MIAMI, Fla. — A San Diego native was one of four 100-year-old World War II veterans honored during the Super Bowl LIV coin toss.
Cpl. Sidney Walton is from Rancho Bernardo. He made headlines last year when he launched his “No Regrets Tour” to visit all 50 states, meet every governor and give every American the chance to meet a WWII veteran.
The veterans’ centennial celebration coincided with the National Football League’s 100th season.
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San Diego native Cpl. Sidney Walton was one of four World War II veterans honored before Sunday’s Super Bowl coin toss. 🇺🇸🏈 All four veterans are 100 years old, coinciding with the NFL celebrating its 100th season. Walton made headlines last year when he launched his #NoRegretsTour to visit all 50 states, meet every governor and give every American the chance to meet a WWII veteran. Tap link in bio for more. 📷: @noregretstour #superbowlliv #sbliv #wwiiveteran