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  • Ronald Roman - Monday 4 March 2019 09:40
    That was me 50 years ago almost to the date. The photo still brings back a lot of memories, most of them good, some of them, not so good. "Sempre Fi", to all my Brothers, living and deceased. Roman
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    We were such Babysans. I remember the rule was Marines in a combat zone could grow a mustache but I was such a kid I could't grow one. Dinky Dau Marine (Guns up) -Submitted by: Chuck O'Donnell [ignatius9347@yahoo.com] 2006-05-08
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    This picture is very special to me because it is my little brother. When he called me today, 6-11-06, and told me to go to the website to see what he came across, I couldn't believe my eyes. I will never forget the day we left him at Detroit Metro Airport. He was so young, just turned 18. I am so proud of him and thank God that he came back to us. I am also thankful to all of our service men and women and pray for their safe return. -Submitted by: Barbara Sobecki [jbsobecki@comcast.net] 2006-06-11
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    I'm Rons mother (and older sister). We are just as proud of him now as we were many years ago. Many prayers were said for his safe return. He is every bit the same proud Marine now as he was then. A true American. As he says, Once a Marine, always a Marine. The only difference between that picture then and any now is at the top of his head. It shines just like he does. Thank you for the great surprise. It brought back tears and memories. Love always Mom -Submitted by: lottie roman [lottie_louise@webtv.net] 2006-06-12
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    Hey, thats my Uncle Ron (Roman)! I'm proud to be his nephew. My heartfelt 'thanks' to everyone who helped him along the way... especially those who helped to bring him home safely. God Bless the US, and God bless our troops! -Submitted by: Ron Miller [ronald_miller@hotmail.com] 2006-06-12
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    What a cherished picture of my young Uncle Ron! Its hard to believe he was ever 18! My son is going to be that age soon, and I can't imagine him going off to war. Love ya Uncle! -Submitted by: Cindy Harper [cindyharper04@yahoo.com] 2006-06-14