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I am a Korean War Air Force veteran serving near the 38th parallel in Korea in 1951 and 1952.

When I go out I usually wear my "Korean Veteran" brim cap, and I am usually very much surprised. I am happy with the number of people who say, "Thank you for your service," or "Thanks for a good job," or something similar. Even after 62 years, people do remember.

To all those many people I say, "Thank You" or something similar.

William Zuehlke

Sandy

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