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Hallowed Ground – June 6, 1944

  A farm boy from Ohio, Robert Blatnik enlisted with the Army in 1938 in determined desire to serve his country.  Assigned to the 1st Division, 26th Infantry, he worked with combat intelligence and proved skilled in drafting topographical maps … Continue reading

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Uncommon Valor – June 6, 1944

NORMANDY ——————– For Those Recognized To All     And Those Only Known To One      “Lord, where did we get such men?”   In Eternal Reverence and Gratitude  For Your Sacrifice on Behalf of Freedom ————————— “Let every nation know, whether … Continue reading

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