Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe, still active and dating at 100, is the oldest living veteran of baseball's Negro Leagues and a larger-than-life character who played on more than 15 teams in his unbelievable 36-year career. In addition to catching for the legendary Satchel Paige, he was a member of the first integrated semi-pro team --12 years before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in the major leagues.
Three accomplished centenarians: Frederia Sagor, 102, who started out writing silent films and made the transition to talkies; Ben Levinson, 104, a gold medalist at the Senior Olympics who refuses to slow down; and Clifford Holliday, 104, a World War I hero.
101-year-old pacifist Robert St. John has spent most of his life-more than 80 years- witnessing the worst of humankind as a journalist, mostly as a war correspondent. St. John shares his amazing journey of a peaceful warrior.