EDITOR'S COLUMN: D-Day memories and Memorial Day

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By Don Worthington

I have forgotten his name, but not his words.
“We had been together for so long that by the time we hit the beach, we knew each other wrong side out,” said an old man, sitting on the porch of a decrepit boarding house in Winchester, Va.,
He had lived a hard life and not made the best choices, but he had no regrets. He was proud of what he had done, especially his days in Winchester’s National Guard Company.
As young man, he and his friends drilled at the town’s armory and paraded down Winchester’s streets for years.

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