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Caught Wearing the Rags of War by Tom Sheehan

The day’d gone over hill, but light still remained, cut with a gray edge, catching rice paddy corners. In battle’s blue brilliance they’d become comrades, friends, Walko and Williamson and Sheehan, at night drinking beer cooled by Imjin River in August of ‘51 in Korea. 1,005 more words

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The Manchurian Candidate

Falling through the universe at the speed of life

Yogi Berra said it, “It’s like déjà vu all over again.” That feeling that we’ve all been here before and many didn’t learn their lesson and didn’t do their homework. 1,097 more words

This Carbon Based Life

Valentine's Day Sweethearts

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d post some nostalgic sweetheart photos from WWII. Enjoy!

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Home by Toni Morrison

This 2012 novella by legendary novelist and professor Toni Morrison (1931-2019) was her penultimate work. It was her 10th book overall, although she also wrote books for children. 509 more words


Pfc. James E. Jones World War Two Veteran, Korean War Casualty

James E. Jones was born 26 April 1925, in Marion, Ohio. James E. Jones was a veteran of World War Two and the Korean War. Private First Class (Pfc.) Jones was a member of the 3rd Airborne Ranger Company attached to the 3rd Infantry Division in Korea. 102 more words


Obit: Korean War vet William Moss (1930-2020) didn't hesitate to serve

It wasn’t until William Moss’ family gathered his Korean War medals together for his funeral that they realized the Windsor veteran had a U.S. Presidential Unit Citation. 516 more words

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