On December 7th, I Pause to Reflect on the “Greatest Generation”

Mom, Dad, and Pearl Harbor — love amid tragedy

In the United States there are three remembrance holidays that we commemorate each year that have a connection to the military and which, while I have never served, I am particularly attached to.

When I was in college during the Vietnam War, my draft number was 283 which meant I would not be called unless we escalated into another World War. And so, I am one of the only males in my family to have never been in the armed…

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Kenneth L. Warner

Kenneth L. Warner

Writer, Sailor, Community Activist and recovering Cellar Rat. Retired on America’s N. Coast-30 year career for working families & over 100 Political campaigns

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