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The Veteran I would like to thank is my dad, Michael Troyan. He served 3 tours in Vietnam, in order to keep his other 5 brothers from having to serve. When he returned home, he took full custody of his two preteen daughters and raised them until they moved out. I think raising two teenage daughters is kind of like fighting a neverending war. LOL and he did a wonderful job.

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My grandfather was in the 4 marines wore size 18 shoes was a gental giant he was a total badass I have all the picyired he had of world war 2 he never spoke much about it. But he was and still is my idol. When he put his hanf on my head as an adult his thumb and pinky touched my ears he was hugh I mids him so much.
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