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Old 01-03-2019, 11:54 AM
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Old 01-27-2019, 12:34 PM
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I can't believe nobody commented on this. Just OUTSTANDING ! Thank you for sharing. HH Mark

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Old 01-28-2019, 06:14 PM
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Thanks Mark...well you did...the past can be a good teacher

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Wow, thanks for sharing! What I noticed is that most of those guys were in great shape for being an average of 94 years of age.

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Thanks Mark...well you did...the past can be a good teacher
Norm, I saw another video silent, but in color of the reunion. Reel America on you tube. FDR gave a speech. Man I wish there was audio. I'm ashamed to say I live less than 200 mi. from Gettysburg and I've never been there. Took a snap from the video and google earthed it to see what it looks like today. HH Mark
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Cool video. Thanks for posting it. I live less than 45 min from Gettysburg and get over there lots.

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Interesting stuff.

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Norm, I saw another video silent, but in color of the reunion. Reel America on you tube. FDR gave a speech. Man I wish there was audio. I'm ashamed to say I live less than 200 mi. from Gettysburg and I've never been there. Took a snap from the video and google earthed it to see what it looks like today. HH Mark
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Old 02-07-2019, 05:01 PM
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I grew up in Gettysburg. I still have family there. I live 10 minutes out of town in Cashtown now. google camp colt. Eisenhower tested tanks on the Gettysburg Battlefield!!!
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awesome video thank you for sharing it

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