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Ramblings of the Dead

Giving up and admitting defeat is not something that parents are willing to teach their children, unless they are inherent cowards. Cowardice is not something that is in ones genes, rather a last effect learned at a particular age. 360 more words


From the Battlefield to the Classroom: The Story of Dan Hansmeier

The Purple Heart Foundation had the opportunity to interview Dan Hansmeier, a Marine Corps Veteran. He provided us insight on his time and experience in the military as well as what civilian life has been like for him since becoming a veteran. 1,051 more words


I want to take life back to that World War Romance,

To return safe home in time for one slow dance.

I would have survived World War II, and come home to You. 348 more words

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..." it's goin' to get tense"...

My Bride & I got home about an hour ago. We’ve been up in Ohio checkin’ on her, 89 yr old, Mom who lives by herself. 214 more words

After 75 years, remains of sailor killed during Pearl Harbor attack finally identified

PETERSBURG, Va. — The remains of a New Jersey man killed 75 years ago during the attack on Pearl Harbor have been positively identified, according to… 593 more words


An Interview with Jan LaPerle

Jan LaPerle, a career counselor for the Army Reserves, has published three books of poetry and fiction. On October 7-8, she’ll lead the Sundress Academy for the Arts… 1,138 more words


Athol Clair Libby - Character Sketch

Earlier this year I had a goal to write more.  It is September now, the chill of fall has taken the place of summer and only 9 months after I made the commitment to myself I am following through.   812 more words