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About pleiku1970

My service at Pleiku, 1970 is significient because of the Cambodian Incursion. Close proximity to exit routes from the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the "Tri-Border area of Laos,Cambodia and Vietnam. This Air Force assignment was different than most, because of the isolation.

Covington Catholic High School Disrespects Vietnam Veteran.

Late Saturday evening, before bedtime. I saw NBC News about Covington students disrespectful to Native American Vietnam Veteran. I am outraged by the failure of the school staff, the parent’s failure to teach their children to respect all viewpoints and … Continue reading

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Four Million government contractors are not part of the conversation!

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Four Million government contractors are not part of the conversation!

Thisi is one of the few times, I will discuss politics. The federal government shutdown is now in its 28th day! Four Million government contractors are not part of the conversation! While all the media attention and politicians ignore us. … Continue reading

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Veterans Day (Armistice Day in Europe) 2018.

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Veterans Day (Armistice Day in Europe) 2018.

This day is significant, it’s 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day throughout Europe! Millions served at during World War I. As they did in World War II. Along with every other war since then. I think its unfortunate we have to … Continue reading

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25th Anniversary, Vietnam Veterans Memorial – YouTube

Election evening!! Much to say and not to say! As part of our democratic process. We’re subjected to high price ads by candidates on all sides. Here in Colorado, the barbs fly like bullets (I’m being faceious)!After several months in … Continue reading

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“Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”

via John McCain

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