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I guess I am at the age when folks read the obits. In the Washington papers, there are usually photos of men and women who served in the military services during World War II.
It is especially interesting to note significant excerpts from their heroics, which as a child I followed on newspaper maps pinned to the back of our kitchen door.
Rarely do these survivors of World War II comment on their participation, especially that stuff from which heroes are made.
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