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 WE LIVE under the freedom  these men and many others fought for .yet how many forget  or never learned  in school .just how much our men   and women gave UP AND   paid a price for you .

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I was one month old on D-Day, 1944.

Some of my earliest memories are of soldiers, tanks and military vehicles on Memorial Day that I witnessed with my Mom in Lewiston, Maine as a little kid. 

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Hummmm....and Mike & I always thought that Uncle Nick was just a spry 39 years old....So I am guessing that we missed that by a few years or so...

So age is just a number.....

Who dropped that dime?

Hummmm....

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I knew nick was that old ..just a sad time when our vets  our lost men and women  mean nothing to so many ..I was not on the baby killers band wagon …  the biggest let down our fighting men ever had coming home .I have the upmost  respect and thanks for my freedom our men and women afford this country .it wasn't cheap .

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YOU COULD feel the pain in his story . someone who most likely spent his life saying why me .why did i have the right to live when others didnt .. .    THE WHY HONORABLE MAN .WAS THE STORY . we could not know if you were not here …   THANK YOU ..

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