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    Memorial Day 2019 – Freedom and Release

    Memorial Day 2019 – Freedom and Release

    Remembering Mike Spann, Roslyn Schulte, Jonathan Porto, Billie Taylor Presson, Christopher David Horton, the Cornell Class of 1944, and the other fallen, known and unknown.

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    Each Memorial Day we try to focus on the lives of a small number of individuals who gave their lives for our country, and whose stories we have followed for several years.

    CIA Officer Johnny “Mike” Spann

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    [CIA Officer Johnny “Mike” Spann on horseback in Afghanistan]

    The unfortunate news since last Memorial Day is that ‘American Taliban’ John Walker Lindh was released from prison.

    Lt. Roslyn Schulte

    Lt. Schulte, who was Jewish, was honored on a memorial wall in Israel:

    Air Force 1st Lieutenant Roslyn Schulte would not have considered herself a role model or a hero. “She just felt there was a right way to do things,” said her mother Susie, “and expected others would behave the same way.

    “Roz was very committed to serving her country,” said Susie, “and we fully supported her in that. To the end she liked what she was doing and as parents that’s what you hope for with the choices your children make. We continue to be proud of the fact that she was doing what she wanted to.”

    Lt. Schulte, who was killed in action in Afghanistan on May 20, 2009, will be memorialized with a plaque on JNF’s Wall of Honor at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem. The first female graduate of the Air Force Academy killed in action, Lt. Schulte chose to pursue a career in military intelligence after training to be a pilot.

    She also was remembered at Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas:

    https://www.aetc.af.mil/News/Photos/igphoto/2000260203/

    GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — The Schulte family are presented a hand-drawn portrait of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte during a building dedication ceremony April 29, 2011. The dedication ceremony was in honor of Lieutenant Schulte, who was killed by a roadside bomb May 20, 2009 near Kabul, Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Laura R. McFarlane)

    Cpl. Jonathan Daniel Porto

    Be sure to reread the post at Legal Insurrection by Cpl. Porto’s wife, I am proud to be the widow of Cpl Jonathan Daniel Porto, USMC.

    Capt. Billie Taylor Presson

    Christopher David Horton

    Be sure to reread the post at Legal Insurrection by Jane Horton, “My husband, like many fallen service members, would want to see you live”.

    Cornell Class of 1944

    http://cuclassof44.org/Pages/wwii-deceased.html

    The fallen, known and unknown

    May their memories be a blessing.

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    Comments


    Harvard probably has a “wall of shame,” excoriating alumni who served and died in the US Armed Forces.

    Remember why we fight:

    Monster: A Portrait of Stalin In Blood
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtWkn5IhfqU&list=PLCF40F87118A4E248

    Mao’s Great Leap Forward ‘killed 45 million in four years:
    https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/maos-great-leap-forward-killed-45-million-in-four-years-2081630.html

    And remember: among the first two appointees of obama was a Maoist (Anita Dunn) and a communist (Van Jones.)


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