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Nice photo, and a sobering reminder of why we observe this holiday. My father served in the Korean War, his older brother in WWII. Thankfully, they both made it home after their tour of duty ended. I’m very thankful to all the men and women who put the needs of the many above their own personal needs.
Thank you, Joan. Recycled every year. Both parents were in WWII Father, navy; Mama, Army nurse. We can’t do enough to honor those who gave their lives for us. Rita
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