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The Interviewee: “If you are recording this, will it be for private use or end up on the air? As I’ve mentioned, anything for public awareness…

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This is the most unusual yet strangely familiar story I have ever penned concerning a Vietnam veteran. Unusual due to the veteran involved; strangely familiar of the assumed fate of Nam veterans after returning home from the hell of Southeast Asia.

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The Union victory at Gettysburg has gone down in history as the turning point of the Civil War. In fact, there were several turning points, al…

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Low, slow, reliable. No, I’m not describing yours truly. Those three words were the motto sewed into the shoulder patch of the 18th Army Aviat…

Throughout my training, education and writings, I had never heard the phrase “Angel from a foxhole,” especially pertaining to a war. Yet, in F…

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Cesar “Rico” Rodriguez described his youthful home as, “Where we unpacked our luggage.” An admitted military brat, Rodriguez was born in El Pa…

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The Region 2 coordinator of the National League of POW/MIA Families, Susie Stephens, keeps me abreast of POW/MIA issues. Last week Susie emailed me an article written for Leatherneck Magazine in March of 1945 by Capt. Frederic Anness Scott recounting his combat experience on Iwo Jima. Capt. Scott’s article, “10 Days on Iwo Jima,” will be featured at a later date on my website.