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Date Posted: Sat, May 28 2011, 16:18:14
Author: Ted Wright, LM 81
Author Host/IP: cpe-24-24-239-102.socal.res.rr.com / 24.24.239.102
Subject: Memorial Day homepage Tribute

Don,

What a touching tribute. Anyone who had the experience we had and reads what yo so eloquently wrote should well up with pride, emotion, and yes, tears. What a ride it was! Ups and downs. Friendships made and lost, and many still are today. I love the patriotism of the patriot. It is something than cannot be purchased or traded for. Little did we know at the time how proud we would be today of our contribution to this nation. It was our time. America called, right or wrong, and we went! I am truly glad to say, I served my country with people like you and many others. I am a far better man for it. I only wish the majority of our youth today would know what we know. Some things just cannot be called or texted or emailed. Some things have to be experienced. You have to know what you have before you can lose it. Thanks Don. You have made a terrific contribution to us Vietnam Vets and America.

My kindest thanks,

Ted Wright,
War-Stories.com LM 81

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