What will you tell your grandchildren?
IN HONOR OF MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTH
Here is a thought provoking post that partly explains why I do my own posts week after week. I hope you enjoy Patrick’s site as much as I do.
All of us will leave a legacy when we pass to the next world. Some will be lengthy and some will be rather modest. I am at the age where I read the obituaries in the local paper. Its kind of ghoulish in a way since I am not from here and really don’t know any of the names or families. But I like to see the written stories of people who lived a full life as well as those who have been tragically taken before their time.
I especially like to read the stories with American Flags printed right above their names. For the last few years, there have been more and more and their stories could fill whole books. They served in the European Theater, the Pacific campaign, D-day, the Battle of the Bulge, the Philippines and on and on. They wore Army or Air Corps green, Navy…
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Posted on May 3, 2014, in Korean War, Uncategorized, Vietnam, WWII and tagged family history, History, Military, Military History, Navy, nostalgia, Pacific War, submarines, veterans, WWII. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.