Remembering the lost platoon

Important to watch to the end…

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  1. Thanks, David. I, and probably many others, needed that.

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  2. No words…

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  3. Moved….

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  4. so much heart in this, and the gift from the daughter is priceless – how loving

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  5. To all our soldiers out there, past and present, thank you for your service.

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  6. I’ll second Mimi’s comment, but add a wow.

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  7. Husband and I saw this on CBS Sunday with a Jane Pauley. Deeply moving. So glad you’re sharing it here. 🙏

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  8. Reblogged this on agnestirrito and commented:
    Memorial Day.

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  9. Honoring their comrades that will never be forgotten. May they RIP. May we all never forget.

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  10. lenwaldron says:

    Thanks for posting, Dave. Remembering my friend Hans Kurth and several others today.

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  11. And for those of you who cannot watch it like me… here’s another link! (I can only hope it’s the same!)

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  12. Wow. That brought tears. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Thank you for all of these recent posts, David. I’ve been writing an article on WWI pilots, and am ready to submit it to a local Princeton newspaper today! Those men were an amazing group most of whose lives were over by 1918. I recommend for just an example people look up Quentin Roosevelt on Wikipedia–what a charmer (from when he was 3 and grew up in the White House) through his taking off for France, and bringing his light wherever he went!

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  14. Lifetime of recovery 😢

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  15. Christie says:

    Thank you, so moving..

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