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U.S. Army Memorial Site: Notable Deaths & Obituaries

Emerging out of a fighting force George Washington led during the Revolutionary War, the U.S. Army has roots that extend back beyond the existence of the country itself. With more than a million people on active or reserve duty, the U.S. military's oldest branch remains one of the largest and proudest fighting forces in the world. This memorial site is dedicated to all who have served in the United States Army.
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U.S. Army Legacies: Remembering the life, death and legacy of HERMAN RUDNICK

RUDNICK DR. HERMAN D. Psychiatrist, Centenarian 1918-2018 Dr. Herman D. Rudnick passed away peacefully on August 19 at his Rydal Park home, surrounded by his loving wife Lois and close family. A life-long Philadelphian, Herman Rudnick was a Psychiatrist, proud Veteran of WWII and vocal advocate for patients' rights. Rudnick was born June 17, 1918 in Philadelphia. His father, David was a tailor and furrier in the Frankford neighborhood. His mother, Bessie, was a homemaker. Rudnick...
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