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Monday February 11, 2019 (5 days, 10 hours ago)


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This is in response to Frederick V. Long’s Feb. 7 letter, “WWII’s bloodiest battle was 74 years ago.”Please know that the Fighting Seabees were there on Iwo Jima fighting alongside the Marines. The book “Black Hell” explains what happened at that time and why the Seabees - members of the Naval Construction Battalions - did not get recognized.This is not to take anything away from the Marines, but it is meant to let everyone know the [...]

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