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I grew up, and in a few years graduated from high school and joined the Marine Corps, hoping to find out exactly what I was made of, and in that service I would not only learn this, but form bonds I couldn't otherwise fathom. … [Read more...] about A Veteran’s Perspective On Memorial Day
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