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Thank you everyone for serving your country, whether fighting for our freedom or supporting our troops! We are truly grateful for your service!
Many in my parents generation were proud of the success of Col. Jimmy Doolittle and his men during World War II. They are credited with bringing an end to the battle in the Pacific. “Four of the remaining eight famed Doolittle Raiders, known for their nearly impossible bombing raid on Japan, reunited recently for their 68th years at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.”
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Walter Cronkite died yesterday at age 92. His career as an American broadcast journalist spanned much of the 20th century, as well as the first decade of the 21st. In 1942, after the United States’ entry into World War II, he became a war correspondent. Cronkite covered many historic milestones including World War II’s Battle of the Bulge, the Nuremberg trials, several presidential elections, moon landings, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Watergate scandal of President Richard Nixon’s administration. His wife of 65 years died in 2005. ”She was one of the most beautiful people I ever saw in my life,” he said in a special on PBS. The CBS anchorman was a man of great influence and was trusted by many. I remember his signature sign-off, “And that’s the way it is.”