Vet Of D-Day, Pearl Harbor Turns 100

Roanoke, VA - A World War Two veteran who saw action in some of the most iconic battles of World War Two turned 100 Tuesday.

Paul Suter shot at Japanese planes from the docks of Pearl Harbor, endured the frozen forests during the Battle of the Bulge, and landed at Normandy -- landing on Utah Beach on D-Day.

Tuesday dozens of his family and friends threw him a party he'd never forget -- to mark his 100th birthday.Suter says these people... his friends, are the key to his longevity.

"It's a wonder I haven't been overwhelmed with excitement cause it has certainly been an exciting day," said Suter.

Suter received also received a number of birthday wishes from politicians including from state senators, members of Congress and one from President Obama.