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Posted June 22, 2008
True cost of freedom
I am not done with this, but I can say that the author has chosen a wonderful, if sad topic for a book about the true cost of freedom. The stories all touched me, especially the one about the Navy Corpman, because he seemed so full of life and had had a lot to give to people. Just reading what I have made wish I could reach through and give the families a hug, and the main focus, Maj Beck seems to be a wonderfully compassionate person for those who lost someone. Should be read on July fourth, to understand what independence and democracy costs.
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Posted June 10, 2009
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