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by Ivan Schoone

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Author:
Ivan Schoone
ISBN13:
978-0967844213
ISBN:
0967844215
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Publisher:
Schoone Publishing (May 19, 2000)
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Regional U.S.
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1211 kb
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1428 kb
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Operation Recognition book. The book consists of over 200 stories from living Nebraska War Veterans who fought in our nation's wars to preserve our freedom. These veterans were "there" and tell what it was really like

Operation Recognition book. Operation Recognition informs the reader that the freedoms we enjoy. These veterans were "there" and tell what it was really like. It was a monumental task," Schoone said, referring to the documentation of the many veterans' stories in this 436-page book. Many of the stories within the pages of "Operation Recognition" are very sad.

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This is an incomplete list of the last surviving veterans of American wars. The last surviving veteran of any particular war, upon their death, marks the end of a historic era. Exactly who is the last surviving veteran is often an issue of contention, especially with records from long-ago wars. The "last man standing" was often very young at the time of enlistment and in many cases had lied about his age to gain entry into the service, which confuses matters further.

This is an excerpt from Operation Recognition, a book published by Ivan Schoone of Upland, Nebraska. The book contains this letter written by Corporal Stanley R. Tweedly of Grand Island, Nebraska. 68th Coast Artillery, North Africa Corporal Stanley R. Tweedly. 68th Coast Artillery North Africa.

The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Great Britain and its Thirteen Colonies in North America which declared independence in July 1776 as the United States of America

The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Great Britain and its Thirteen Colonies in North America which declared independence in July 1776 as the United States of America. After 1765, growing constitutional and political differences strained the relationship between Great Britain and its American colonies

Administer state benefit programs for qualified Nebraska veterans and eligible dependents

Administer state benefit programs for qualified Nebraska veterans and eligible dependents. Prepare and present cases on the state and federal benefits for qualified Nebraska veterans and their dependents before the United State Department of Veterans Affairs. The mission of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs is to provide assistance to Nebraska veterans and their dependents in acquiring county, state, and federal benefits to which they are entitled by virtue of their service to this country. Administer state benefit programs for qualified Nebraska veterans and eligible dependents.

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Operation Recognition informs the reader that the freedoms we enjoy were bought with a very high price. The book consists of over 200 stories from living Nebraska War Veterans who fought in our nation's wars to preserve our freedom. These veterans were "there" and tell what it was really like.

"It was a monumental task," Schoone said, referring to the documentation of the many veterans' stories in this 436-page book. Many of the stories within the pages of "Operation Recognition" are very sad. Like the story of the veteran who was a prisoner in a Japanese POW camp for 29 months and the many stories about the airmen who witnessed comrades plummet to their death when their planes were shot down.

This book was written to honor all of the men and women who served their country to preserve our freedom.