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A Soldier’s Request

November 30, 2010

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I am not sure who wrote this. This story relates to all wars even though it was written some time ago. Dear Mom and Dad, the war is done, my task is through:  and Mom, there’s something I must ask of you. I have a friend, O such a friend, he has no home you […]

A World War II Love Story with an Internet closure

November 23, 2010

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        My Father-In-law, Clyde E. Roller, served during WWII as an infantryman in Company F, 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Infantry Division. He did not make the D-Day landing but join the unit shortly there after. The 4th Infantry Division fought in France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany. On September 17, 1944, at the age of 19 […]

High Schools Honoring Vietnam Veterans

November 16, 2010

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I received an email the other day from a young lady named Kendall Green asking me for help. She is a student at a high school in Orange, Texas. She was doing a research project for her English class. Her teacher ( once again I will not use her name until I have permission to do so ) […]

Another Benefit of Military Reunions

November 3, 2010

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All of us that attend these Military Reunions know how important the Comradrie is. The renewed friendships are priceless. Not only do they revitalize the body and mind but for many of us they help in calming our PTSD. These things are all important. At this last reunion (October 2010), another important thing happened. Julie […]