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Paw~Paw with his WWII Patches off his Navy Uniform~R.W. Marcrum

Paw~Paw with his WWII Patches off his Navy Uniform~R.W. Marcrum

America Remembers Iwo Jima Marines License Plate America Remembers Iwo Jima Marines License Plate Mount Suribachi WWII World War 2 WW2 Iwo Jima Flag Raising [EE-LP0553] - $14.00 : Hat n Patch, Military Hats, Patches, Pins and more

America Remembers Iwo Jima Marines License Plate America Remembers Iwo Jima Marines License Plate Mount Suribachi WWII World War 2 WW2 Iwo Jima Flag Raising [EE-LP0553] - $14.00 : Hat n Patch, Military Hats, Patches, Pins and more

A U.S. Navy Douglas A-1H Skyraider (BuNo 137512) of attack squadron VA-152 Friendlies in flight in 1966. VA-152 was assigned to Attack Carrier Air Wing 16 (CVW-16) aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany (CVA-34) for a deployment to Vietnam from 26 May to 16 November 1966. The A-1H 137512 was later lost over Laos to ground fire (location 191700N 1030600E) on 4 July 1969 while in service with the USAF 56th Special Operations Wing. The pilot Col. Partick M. Fallon Vice Commander 56th SOW…

A U.S. Navy Douglas A-1H Skyraider (BuNo 137512) of attack squadron VA-152 Friendlies in flight in 1966. VA-152 was assigned to Attack Carrier Air Wing 16 (CVW-16) aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany (CVA-34) for a deployment to Vietnam from 26 May to 16 November 1966. The A-1H 137512 was later lost over Laos to ground fire (location 191700N 1030600E) on 4 July 1969 while in service with the USAF 56th Special Operations Wing. The pilot Col. Partick M. Fallon Vice Commander 56th SOW…

This is vintage WW2! Then they did it because food was scarce. Now we should do it because the food we buy in the grocery store is full of pesticides ! Grow Your Own !

This is vintage WW2! Then they did it because food was scarce. Now we should do it because the food we buy in the grocery store is full of pesticides ! Grow Your Own !

Ed Tipper. "When I came out of the Army I walked with a cane and wore an eye patch. The thing I remember most was the tremendous response of everybody I met, to do everything they could do to show support for the military. Maybe the support felt exaggerated to me because I had clearly been shot up and wounded. Whenever I ate at a restaurant I went to the cashier and there was almost never a bill. Or the waitress nodded her head and said: 'A gentleman over at that table has paid.' "

Ed Tipper. "When I came out of the Army I walked with a cane and wore an eye patch. The thing I remember most was the tremendous response of everybody I met, to do everything they could do to show support for the military. Maybe the support felt exaggerated to me because I had clearly been shot up and wounded. Whenever I ate at a restaurant I went to the cashier and there was almost never a bill. Or the waitress nodded her head and said: 'A gentleman over at that table has paid.' "

Read Mr. Gould's story: A WWII vet who got melanoma and was treated at the Vic.

Read Mr. Gould's story: A WWII vet who got melanoma and was treated at the Vic.

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