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      James Mouyassar an Oath Keeper and Great American Patriot, Life time member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.....

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    Army nurse Frances Slanger came ashore with the 45th field hospital unit at Omaha Beach at June 10,1944, and cared for American wounded throughout the fighting in Normandy. She was killed in October 1944 when ennemy artillery fire struck her unit in Belgium ~

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    SEAL Of Honor shared......... I believe there are angels among us, sent down to us from Heaven above. . . and many of them have dressed themselves in the uniform issued to them by the United States of America.

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