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Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 5:00 pm

We’ve had another Veterans Day and the observances of gratitude to the men and women who served this country in the military were heartwarming. Most veterans don’t say much but they are grateful for the recognition given to them.

Veterans Day brings back memories to those who served and unfortunately every year we have fewer World War II veterans, who participated in the Big War. They are passing on and with them goes a great deal of history. Individual stories of training and fighting battles, heroic actions they witnessed, die with them because they never talked much about what happened.

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