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Letters from the Front Line, April 17

Author: djtswing
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The opening letter in "Letters from the Front Line." It consists of letters written to a family who had lost their father to war, enjoy and remember all those who given their lives faithfully to serve our country.

Letters from the Front Line, April 17

April 17, 2007

To whom it may concern,

I am sorry to report your husband has passed away. He fell in combat April 3, in the process of saving his fellow soldiers. We offer our condolences; he was a great man. He deserves every honor we could give him, we are truly sorry for your loss. He made a sacrifice for us all, and it will not go unremembered.

He had written a good pile of letters that were never sent. Others were lost in the mail, we are sorry you never received any. I'm sure he'd like you to have them.

General James J. Brandson

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