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Susan Dormady Eisenberg: Finding the Face of My Muse: A Vietnam Veteran I Never Met

So in a few weeks when Memorial Day again rolls around, I'll raise a glass to my pen pal and say the words, "Semper Fi." And I'll be silently thanking the VVMF for its ongoing campaign to find and post photos of all who died in that conflict.
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