Lawrence Brooks is now\u00a0 America's oldest living WWII veteran as he celebrates his 110th birthday! Brooks was born on September 12th, 1909. He was also recently honored at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Brooks would serve in the 91st Engineer Battalion stationed in New Guinea and then the Philippines.\r\n\r\nBrooks was also part of a primarily African-American unit in the army. He was spotted with a bright lipstick kiss mark on his cheek at the event. We wonder from who!\r\nMeet Lawrence Brooks, America's oldest living WWII veteran\r\n\r\n\r\nThe now 110-year-old WWII veteran served between 1940 and 1945. He was a servant, at the time, to three white officers. Brooks's daily duties included cleaning their sheets and uniforms and shining their shoes. He would attain the rank of Private 1st Class while serving in the war.\r\n\r\nThe new title that Brooks now holds as America's oldest living WWII veteran was originally held by Mr. Richard Overton. He was previously America's oldest living WWII veteran as a former member of the U.S. army. He sadly passed away last year at the sharp age of 112!\r\nThe museum absolutely loves hosting birthday parties for him\r\n\r\n\r\nThe National World War II Museum in New Orleans has been celebrating Brooks's birthdays since he turned 105 in 2014. They absolutely love him there! The museum's vice president, Peter Crean, speaks on the experience of having Brooks around to celebrate birthday milestones like this one.\r\n\r\n\u201cWe absolutely love Mr. Brooks,\u201d he says. \u201cWe\u2019ve told him, 'As long as you keep having birthdays, we are going to keep having birthday parties for you here.'" He adds, \u201cWe consider him \u2018our veteran.'"\r\nBrooks is very thankful for his long life\r\n\r\n\r\nBrooks uses a walker, is blind in one eye and poor vision in the other, suffers from low blood pressure and dehydration. However, his hearing is sharp and he has never had to deal with any major diseases or cancers.\r\n\r\n\u201cI\u2019ve started to think about not having many birthdays left. But I\u2019m not worried about it, because God has let me live this long already," Brooks says. \u201cI think it\u2019s because I\u2019ve always liked people so much. Oh yes, I do.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\nLearn more about America's previous oldest living WWII veteran, Richard Overton.