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|1992 ||In April 1992 Anne and Ed Hughes invited us back to Charleston, South Carolina. Here are Doc Cashman, Daniel Nigro, Perry Nuhn, Thomas Leech, Barton Hermansen and Eugene Gomes with one of the big guns at Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor. || |
|1992 ||We were represented at the ground breaking ceremony for the Korean War Memorial in Washington, DC. Present at the ceremony were Don Mathews, Bill Griffin, Tony Curto, Perry Palmer and Cliff Gruenwald. || |
|1993 ||Connie and Perry Palmer were our hosts in September 1993 when we went to Tacoma, Washington. || |
|1994 ||We went to Burlington, Vermont in July 1994. Here are Jack Briggs, Perry Nuhn and Tom Glennen in their original red shirts from the Korea War days. Our hosts were Ruth and John Goodrich. || |
|1995 ||When the Korean War Memorial was dedicated in July 1995 we were there, just as we had been during the groundbreaking ceremony in 1992. Wren and Bob Ennis were out hosts in Washington. || |
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Here Herb and Dorothy Kingham are at the wall showing the B-26 operation.
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Don Mathews and Charles Hinton at the Korean War Memorial in Washington.