A Day of Infamy, December 7, 1941

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Here is a picture of me in 1981, right after I retired from the US Navy. I wore that t-shirt until it had so many holes I was embarrassed to wear it anymore.:)

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I've got some old Army shirts in that condition. The wife is tolerant. Lot of eye rolling. But tolerant.
 
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Here is a picture of me in 1981, right after I retired from the US Navy. I wore that t-shirt until it had so many holes I was embarrassed to wear it anymore.:)

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Do you still have the pants though? :laughing:
 
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It just warms me all over that our Marxist Dear Leader travels the world apologizing for America. Yes, warm allllll over ......
 
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Or the sideburns?:)

Steve

Well, you know I just had to do a little "now that I'm out of the Navy" style experimentation. This photo was taken a year later with my father and oldest brother. I'm sure there are some sideburns in there somewhere, Steve.:laughing:

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