Growing up was sort of a military experience in my home.
There was absolutely no slouching ... ESPECIALLY at the dinner table.
Plates had to be clean! "EAT ALL OF YOUR FOOD." "SIT UP STRAIGHT".
As a teen, if I missed curfew my dad was standing at the door pointing to his watch.
A tirade of 'GENERAL' proportions would ensue for at least an hour!
Dad never spoke much about being drafted into a segregated army.
I may have been 16 snooping through his drawer for forgotten cash when I came upon his Military identification!
Now, as our days together are much fuller and we have nothing but time, I am learning all sorts of amazing things.
Dad spent a year in Ft. Riley Kansas before being transferred to an aircraft base.
So as we celebrate 60 years since the end of the Korean War, I celebrate having my dad to tell me all about it.
YOU can learn more about what many of us were taught (Korean 'CONFLICT') HERE AT
~ KOREANWAR60 ~
JOIN US AS WE HONOR THOSE WHO KEEP US SAFE!