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December 30, 2012
You will be greatly missed. It waa an Honor to Trap for you and meet you wife Brendan and your daugther Jessie. Unfortuantly Time did not permit me to to meet with Cynthis or Christian. We always talked about families and how they put up with us.

Say hello John Wayne for me. You will always be remembered as a friend, wise teach, and a all around great person and friend. What a honor to be called your friend.
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December 30, 2012
Stormin Norman you won't be forgotten! God speed General!
December 30, 2012
It was a pleasure and honor to have met and fly you while in S. A. Sir while with the 101st. I'll always smile rembering as you climbed on board the aircraft, if I knew how to start this thing up. When I said I just read the directions last night, your laughter put the crew right at ease. I thank you for your concern for all serving there and your patriotism General as I now pray for the comfort of your family. CW4 (Ret) Bill Condon, US Army.
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