Trip to an Air Force Museum/Possible PL

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    I can identify with your strong emotions connected to the war. I experience them also, but seems like they are more focused to a specific events than my emotions.
    Anyway, great to read your experiences.
     
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    *Repeated scene* - writing it down here to keep as a reminder.

    I’m behind a tree line, I know there’s others around me although I can’t see them. There’s a field just out from the tree line we’re in, and dead trees in the distance. There’s some random fire’s/ smoke or something going on out there.
     
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    Hey folks,

    Haven’t posted on this thread in a long while, but have found out a lot about my past since the last time I posted. Don’t plan on going into much depth, but if there’s anyone out there who comes across this post who has any relation to the 82nd airborne division during Ww2, feel free to send me a PM as I’d be interested in talking.

    -Kenz.
     
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    Hope you're doing ok and you know I'm always around if you want to talk
     
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    Hey Kenz,

    It's great news that you've been learning so much, and you can finally find some answers!

    Good luck with the rest of your research!
     
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    For example, in my case:

    At the beginning of the 70's
    • Never been barefooted. At 7 years old, wake up routine was first: trousers, second: shoes (as heavy as it can be possible) third; anything else.
    • Building any type of tents, inside or outside the house.
    • Drawing US flags and place them on the right sleeve of my jacket or shirt.
    • Drawing some kind of eagle patch to wear always on the left sleeve.
    • Playing all day with plastic soldiers and throwing plastic paratroopers.
    • Building wood "trenches" or digging "fox holes" to play with the neighborhood kids, always being soldiers.
    • Wearing the trousers inside the boots.
    • Drawing by memory M1, Thompsons or Colts guns on wood, bringing them to the wood-shop to be cut.
    • Hate to wear bright colors. All olive green stuff was really welcome in my life.
    • (I still) feel very uncomfortable wearing grey cloths
    • To build plastic models of airplanes, tanks, soldiers and dioramas related with the WWII
    In the late 70's and first 80's:
    • Crazy need to read "all" about WWII history (no internet yet)
    • Start working at the Red Cross as a volunteer at 11 years old to learn first aid to help my friends just in case of necessity.
    • Start doing skydiving training (military style, round chutes, static line jumps) at age 17 (13 drops)
    Late 80's:
    • Specializing in communications (HAM Radio operator)
    • Love to fly (planes, helicopters, transports, gliders) even if I'm not a pilot.
    After that, all along my life:
    • Lot of contact with Army and Air Force people in my country.
    • Lot of friends there, including paratroopers. Those friends treat me as part of the force, even if I´m civilian. People in the base use to "salute" me even if I never wear uniform.
    • Working in historical archives for those branches.
    • Some people outside my country think I'm an American soldier. Even if English is not my first language.
    Those things, just to tell some of them...
    Memories never faded away. I can remember things since I was 8 month old...
     
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