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    Knows a Thing or Two monstrousmac's Avatar
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    Family Pictures

    Our Family’s Military wall. I am just missing my Uncle Buddy’s Picture, my daughter in law and my Great Uncle Paul Picture.

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    That is truly amazing! It’s the dedication of families like yours that truly make this nation great!


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    That’s pretty cool! Thanks for sharing.


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    Wow, that's beautiful!
    Thank you!

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    Thank you for you and your family’s service to our country and thank you for sharing!


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    That's awesome! I have a pic of my great-great Uncle that fought in the Spanish American war hanging in my office along with letters he sent home to his mother. They are really enlightening and I really enjoy reading them. Funny - he bitched about the same shit everyone bitches about now.

    Flag envelope is postmarked July 1898

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    Truly inspiring. Thank you for your service from my family to yours.
    I've never done it but I'm sure i'll be good at it

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    Wow that’s awesome! Thank you to you and your family for your service!


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    Well, I finally received pictures of my Great Uncle Paul Hesler.

    Uncle Paul receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross from General James Doolittle.

    Uncle Paul in his P-40


    Uncle Paul with his B-29 crew, during the Doolittle’s Raids.


    My Great Uncle Paul Hesler served as a pilot in WWII and the Korean war.
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    Also, thank you all for the kind words. It was truly an honor to serve.

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