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Grab a box of Kleenex and watch.


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excellent, seems to mean more to me, having been in Southeast Asia 42 years ago, having a father that served on a Oil Tanker in WW2, and best of all having a son home from Afghanistan.
 

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Thanks for posting that, it brought a tear to my eye. I knew a good man who lost a leg on D Day trying to get up those cliffs, he's been gone many years but I've never forgot him. The greatest generation.
 

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Dammit,I did not make it into it for more than 45 seconds without the tears flowing. Thank you. Bill, Cuchi the whole year of 1967! I had a father in law for a time that was in second day of D Day,an uncle that was with Patton as they came into Bastogne and his brother in law that was at the Yalu River and beyond and a brother in law that was at Pork Chop Ridge.War is truly Hell but the alternative is even worse! This generation just does not understand!
 
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