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Nancy, thanks for your post. I found the picture particularly moving. It is a symbol of the searing significance of wartime service that an elderly man would — many decades after the event — put on the uniform he wore for (most likely) just a few months during war. I know for me that my time “down range” was 11 months out of almost 41 years of my life, yet those 11 months dominate my mind and heart and no doubt will for the rest of my life. As one of my fellow Sabre Squadron officers told me just after he left the Army: “I’m glad to be out, and I’m glad to get on with the rest of my life, but I can’t shake the feeling that I’ve already done the most significant thing I’ll ever do.”


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