just a small reminder
God bless everyone of them and their family's.
My stepfather,Eduardo Lecci,Italian immigrant survived D-Day with the 82nd airborne riding a glider in.
Got out of the army and did 30 yrs with NYC police Dept.Then did 10 yrs as head of security for Madison Square garden.
He was the toughest man i have known,and a prince.He gave me his medals because i had joined the Marines,i was honored.
lots of men died that day, but wont be forgotten.
past, present and future. And also with the families of these brave men and women. You will not be forgotten, ever.
The sacrifices that were made on those beaches will hopefully live forever. The French haven't forgotten either. They don't like having it thrown in their face, but they haven't forgotten. With how many untold tens of thousands of crosses and star's of David, who could just look over the fields of the dead and not see it.
One of ryo's teachers said that a famous senator was once asked what is our relationship with the French? The senator replied, the United States and France are two countries that have been in marriage counseling for 230 years. That sound about right.
LittleDragon and Send it Boi