Conversations about his tours in Korea and Vietnam bubbled up some pretty deep emotions, even tears, as my friend tried to reconcile the pride of service with the pain of what he witnessed as an active participant. It’s a reconciliation process that I, as a civilian, can only stand in awe of.
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