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Apr. 23, 2015 #99-112 a2z
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The freedoms we enjoy in the United States of America have come at a steep price, and no one realizes this more than the men and women who served in armed conflicts across the globe.

When it comes to a particular group of veterans, those who overcame the Axis powers of Germany, Italy and Japan in World War II stand out the most when it comes to sacrifice. Without their Herculean efforts, a flag with the Nazi symbol or one with the rising sun upon it might fly in place of the Stars and Stripes.

But for far too many, the accomplishments of "the greatest generation'' have become a distant memory if not forgotten altogether. Because less than 3 million World War II veterans remain alive today, their average age is 90 and they die at the rate of 1,200 per ...

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