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"This is my mom and dad towards the end of WWII. My dad was in the all Japanese (except for the officers) 442nd Regimental Combat Team - the most highly decorated unit of their size in US history. One reason was because of the number of casualties they had. My dad was wounded 3 different times during the war (he survived all 3 ). (via major-hellstrom)

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