Three brothers served in World War II at the same time.

Erie's John, Gaylord and Calvin Fisher.

They served and sacrificed.

Calvin Fisher did not make it home after serving in WWII.

Private First Class Fisher was in the Army's 17th Airborne Division. 

He was only 21 years-old when he was killed in action.

His nephew Ken Fisher tells his story.

Ken is now retired and living in North Carolina.

He did extensive military research for his family.

Ken never met his Uncle Calvin, but his name and legacy continues to inspire.