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25 May 2014


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I'm so thankful for members of the military like your father who serve our country. This such a beautiful picture!

My uncle was stationed at Pearl Harbor on that horrible day. Like others he never talked about.

What a site . . . and wonderful to think of your dad's flag flying with the others.
I hope you've had a chance to see his flag flying . . .


Corey, of all the photos you have posted over the years, this is my most favourite and never fails to being tears to my eyes whenever I see it.

God bless all our men and women past, present and future who serve and sacrifice for the precious gift of our freedom & peace. It's something we tend to take for granted but it was always fought for.
My dad also served in the Navy, WWII Pacific.

What a cool memorial of your father!

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