Lots of History I spent 20-years in the Army. I father fought in Okinawa. My mother's had three brothers, a sailor and two tankers. Uncle Ken was in the Battle of the Bulge and married his English nurse, and my cousin was born in London during the bombing. Prior to joining the Army I worked at Munnsingwear back when they made clothing in America. It was 1969 and Vietnam was pretty hot and heavy. My father died in 1967 and I was working at the company my father was when he died. So I was talking to a friend of my father's at work about joining the Army. He said, "I was in the Army", with my family I just shrugged. "Do you want to see a picture of me in the Army" he said. Sure, I replied. He pulled out his wallet and showed me a picture of a very young man in his brand new uniform. I Said, "Hans, you weren't on our side were you?" One of my favorite stories that I told during my 20 years.