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Re: Meaning of Korean War
Posted by: Patricia Kirkland Kizer (ID *****2274) Date: December 13, 2002 at 19:52:40
In Reply to: Meaning of Korean War by Leon Lookingbill of 792

What I was toldis that they don't care where you were, if you were in the service at any time during a war, from the poated start to their posted ending, you are a Veteran and can recieve any benefits from it. My ggfather-Civil-Uncle anf Father WW1 Brother-WW2 Husban-Korea Son -Nam Grandson-Gulf war Don't they ever end? Patty Kizer


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