As the years have passed, not a day has passed I haven’t thought about, got angry about, cried about my friends and high school class mates, and I graduated with a class of less than two hundred students, that didn’t make it home alive from Vietnam. My heart bleeds for all of you.
There is a quote from Michael Herr’s book, Dispatches: “ There is nothing more tragic than an omen read wrong!”

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