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Column: Americans celebrate Veterans Day but don’t always honor its honorees



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

Fifteen countries around the world celebrate Veterans Day; however, honoring the honorees of Veterans Day in America has been a long time coming.


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  1. Re Vietnam. Only 25 percent were drafted, average age 21, most had 1 year of college. Every war after WWII had no design for victory. We could have won in Vietnam and elsewhere, the politicians didn’t. Disgusting loss of life and friends.

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