"The One That Got Away," or as Dr. Ed explains it, Hogan's Heroes in reverse, is the story of a German flying ace who escapes from a POW camp in Canada and makes it all the way back to Germany.
Another WWII flyer, U.S. Army air corps General Nathan Bedford Forrest III, was a national hero but his legacy is being erased by the Army in the name of "political correctness."
Tokyo Rose, who was she? The Japanese occupation of Alaska during WWII.
Lt. Col. Ed Kennedy was dismissed by the Army for simply trying to honor his Confederate ancestor.
These are the topics of Discussion as Paul asks Dr. Ed about this year's final issue of TBR magazine.