One Among Millions

In honor of Veteran’s Day I am sharing my father’s essay, One Among Millions. He wrote this in 2011 at the request of a committee or group at the independent living community where he and my mom lived. My father was part of a long line of military veterans in his family, all of whom believed they owed their country their service. My father passed away in 2013 and I miss him terribly, but every time I read this I can hear his voice. I hope this essay resonates with you as it does with me. The photo above is dad in Saigon in 1966.

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