The Draft: WWI to Vietnam

I was a child of the 60s and 70s, in college at the height of the Vietnam War protests, a junior during the Kent State incident. I was not among the protesters. As a child born into a military family, I supported our country, our government, and our military in those chaotic days. I believed... Continue Reading →


I don't have a quote to share from my father. He was a man of few words and until late in life, like other WWII veterans had little to say about his war years. Still, he was proud of his contribution to defending our country. After serving as a fighter pilot in North Africa and... Continue Reading →

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