Some people call the Korean War America’s “forgotten war.” Overshadowed by World War II and the Vietnam War, the Korean War is often relegated to a few sentences in today’s textbooks. But the veterans of the Korean War, many who also served in WWII, is an important study for many reasons.
But today’s column is not a study on the Korean War. Rather it is the story of a Korean War veteran who proudly served then and is still serving today through bringing a unique comfort to today’s military children.
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