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February 28, 2017

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February 28, 2017

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of CAPT Kerry L. Nye, U.S. Navy (Ret.).
December 23, 2016
What a great tribute, to a man the rest of us only knew through WWII in HD ! My impression of you is that if I passed you in the street Joe, I would not have noticed your accomplishments trailing behind you like a wake. WWII vets like you, and my father never felt the need to talk about the incredible bravery, of simply overcoming overwhelming fear, to do the things that leave the rest of us in awe, and secured our freedom ! Thanks Joe ! You lived a life brother ! 100th BG forever.
September 24, 2016
True American Hero!
September 16, 2016
There will never be another man as awesome as joe. Keep flying in heaven
September 4, 2016
I am so proud to sponsor your Father's Guest Book. He was part of the Greatest Generation I read about while growing up, folks who served our Nation in Air Combat, folks who had a large part in my becoming a U.S. Navy flyer and serving 30 years in that role. The series that Joe was interviewed for, which you mentioned, "WWII in HD--The Air War", highlighted the true nature of the dangers embraced by flyers in that conflict, dangers faced by all combat flyers, dangers that are often eclipsed, at least at the outset, by the glory and excitement of flying. Your Dad's story realistically examined both sides, and made clear the great sacrifices your Dad and his comrades willingly made, to enable the dreams of the rest of us who followed, achievable. Thanks, Joe! God bless you, and rest your soul.
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