Whenever I see gatherings to mark an anniversary of some event from World War II, the honorees are almost universally in wheelchairs, looking every bit the 85 or 95 years old that they have become.And while I am pleased that they are being recognized, it's also sad that for many younger generations, this is the only interaction with or memory they will ever have of what is rightly call TheGreatest Generation.
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