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Held at Reading airport in Pennsylvania june 5,6,7. Can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :hi


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yeah saturday will be the 65th anniversary of D-Day. my grandfather helped collected the dog tags from the dead soliders in normandy. needless to say he doesn't talk about it much but what an important day in american history!

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Put this up it is a fun place to hang out. Our reenactment group had the tiger tank from saving private ryan and the one assult tank "STUG 3" from band of brothers. The tiger needs work the engine blew up on us. http://www.9thsspanzer.com/ :hi

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yeah saturday will be the 65th anniversary of D-Day. my grandfather helped collected the dog tags from the dead soliders in normandy. needless to say he doesn't talk about it much but what an important day in american history!


Not only American dude. Its true Americans led the assault but they werent the only ones. Their were soldiers from all the Allied countries there, dying, but they don't get honored as much by the citizens of the U.S. as they should. Sometimes people in the U.S. forget that their were people who fought longer than America.

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that is very true! i mean think of all the young german boys who were just fighting for their country and what they thought was a righteous cause. plenty of them perished there as well. guess what i'm saying is that to me all soldiers deserved to be remembered and honored whether they r american or not. didn't mean to come off as some nationalistic prick.

ps. is nationalistic even a word :confused

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yes it is :lol:

and again it wasnt only german boys but Polish, Russian and the like.
Guess i'm only going at this so much is cuz im Polish and have a lot of pride in that :roll:




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