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                                             Before You Go - A Tribute

The Veterans of World War Two are currently dying at the rate of almost 2000 per day.

Of all of the wars of the 20th century, World War Two truly threatened our very existence as a nation and as a culturally diverse, free society.

We have written "Before You Go" as a profoundly heartfelt "Thank You" and tribute to the men and women who fought this worst and greatest of wars on our behalf, and who truly saved our lives and our way of life.

Our goal is to get this song to every living veteran of World War Two while we still have them, and to their families and survivors.

Please help us by forwarding this link to every World War Two veteran (or their families and descendants) that you know.

We have not thanked them enough.

Just click on this link to hear our song and view our show of thanks - then please send it on.



                                               The Higgins Boat

No appreciation for the amphibious mission of the Navy in war can be complete without having had acknowledged the totally unique contribution of one Andrew Higgins. He was a cantankerous, headstrong, yet creative 'can do' individual who was at the right place in the right time for history. To fully appreciate what he was responsible for, please click on this link and navigate each page in order. You will be impressed.





                                      AMERICA_WHY I LOVE HER

                                    (by John Wayne) 

   WEBMASTER'S NOTE: I'm sorry to have to advise the members of this association and Internet viewers that this patiotic file is no longer available. It was linked to an association member's site and he has had to remove it and it is no longer available. The video portion complemented the original audio file very nicely in getting Mr. Wayne's message across.

Please click on this link, above, for a full explanation


Regarding the above noted problem, I have been able to get another source for this file. Please enjoy it as it speaks to a sincerity of heart that this man embodied and in doing this he wasn't concerned with what some might think or political correctness, but with what he truly felt and believed.    

                           "America…Why I Love Her”

                                                      Narrated by John Wayne