Jim Walker, his service to our country
and his families service to our country all the way back to the Civil War.
Jim Walker, World War 2 United States Navy Veteran in the year 2003
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Jim Walker's Exhibit Home Page.
Picture of Jim Walker a World War 2 United States Navy Veteran in the year 2003 and his story.
Take a look at this picture of Jim. Look at his face. Can you tell by looking at his face that he fought with every bit of his life to keep you free and safe. This is the way United States Veterans are. You cannot tell who was a draft dodger or a war hero, but we still feel the effects of his efforts regardless of what he looks like. It's very important to remember our vets and what sacrifices that they have made. Thank You Jim.
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of the island of Ie Shima.
These photos compare the runways of 1940's Ie Shima to the photos of Ie Shima today. Ie Shima was the home to the 34th Fighter Squadron in World War 2.
Exhibit Added 3 Feb 2004
Look at these exhibits and tell me what these men really fought for.
the 34th fighter Squadron
USS Kitty Hawk
the Webmasters Story, Why God Sent Me to the North Pole
Click her to see how I have to live and what it looks like to be a disabled Vet.
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