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    Terry Soloman, look at that young buck in the picture.... thank you for your service... my brother Robert (Bob) Terwilliger was there with you and a friend Johnny Everitt, too.. God Bless you all... Basssmann (Ray) and it's good to have a day for the Vietnam Vet's ...

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    The bracelet brings back many memories. I grew up just outside the gate at Fort Bragg, NC during the Viet Nam era. Too young to serve, I wore the bracelet of a POW for years until I finally was able to get in touch with him. I sent him the bracelet and we talked about meeting but he, unfortunately, passed away before we could make that happen. Again, thank you to all who served.
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    I am former ASA (Army Security Agency), which is a branch of the NSA - top secret crypto clearance. But then I'm not "former". It is a lifetime thing. I've been amazed over the years what that meant for me. I came home a very nasty individual, got through that. The times I was in trouble, and oh yeah I got in trouble. But the charges were always dropped. Then I got my mind in the right frame, walked away from that nasty life and got motivated by money - the bucks available out there when one looks at the future. Yeah, it was a lifetime thing, and now I just hide up the holler. Even this thread is closely monitored, period! Maybe because I posted here?

    It's all done by computers now, every single thing we do is monitored, recorded. Just part of life in the modern world. What we have now is way beyond anything I could imagine 50 years ago.
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    Republic of Vietnam 10/69 - 3/71, Cambodia April 27, 1970 on a mountain top with HUGE scorpions

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    Two things. First, thank you for your service to our great country.

    Next, you are quite correct that much of our communications is at least casually observed. Now, I don't want to sound like some government conspiracy nut-bag and I certainly don't think there are nefarious watchdogs looking at my every e-mail. What I write is generally not that interesting and certainly never threatening. I am convinced that there are entities who are paid to just look for key words to better direct advertising my way. It's always interesting to do a Google search for something and, without so much as a heartbeat, an ad for that type of product shows up in a sidebar somewhere. That's just the nature of business.

    I long ago gave up the idea that once i decided to post anything on the Internet that I had any semblance of privacy in those communications. If I want to say anything private to someone else, I will actually revert to pen and paper and send a letter.
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