. . . . you may get something in your eyes.
I received the below email from Jerry Schriver who is a retired Navy Captain. When he got too old to fly tanker aircraft, (was a pilot who refueled fighters on raids to Libya) he went to Seminary and became a Chaplain.
Dear Friends, Yesterday while walking out of a lunch place for some reason the random thought quickly ran through my brain, and I wonder how many World War II veterans will pass into eternity today? My guess is that it is fewer each day. I also thought that re-remembering their personal sacrifice and what they accomplished to break the bonds of world-wide tyranny is important, because the generations that follow easily forget. When I came home this video had been sent to my computer. I pass it on to you with a grateful heart and remembrance of the unnamed solider, sailor, Marine, and member of the merchant marine who willingly did the hard job of keeping the peace through great sacrifice. May I suggest that you take the 5 minutes to watch this video and then send it along to your friends.