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May 03, 2015

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August 12, 2010
Thank you for your service, duty and honor to your nation. We the People are better for your service in and out of uniform.

Your example shine through those who serve us today.

God bless you and may you and your family have the peace of God.

9th Infantry Regt, Manchu
"Keep up the fire!"
August 11, 2010
God Bless this American Hero! May his Family have peace.
August 3, 2010
I had the honor of knowing Lt. Vernon Baker. He was a very humble man. I also know his wife Heidi. I traveled to St. Maries, Idaho and attended the Memorial Service where full Military honors were given to Lt. Baker, a WWII Hero. Arriving early and seeing the bikers who were Veterans lined up for blocks with flags displayed was a heartfelt experience. They too were there to honor Lt. Baker. I appreciate that Heidi gave me the opportunity to be on the program representing the NAACP. All of the people that we met were very friendly and caring. Groups of all ages wore white tee-shirts with Vernon Baker's name and picture on the front. The Military was wonderful in the planning and carrying out Lt. Baker's wishes. He requested Beethoven to be played at the Memorial Service and the group’s performance was magnificent. Vernon Baker was a great man that was deserving of the Medal of Honor. His memories will live on in the book that he wrote, Lasting Valor.
August 2, 2010
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