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XM Radio free till June 4th...dig it

Z is for what? Don’t save for last though. Go in. Now.

@Jellenne Unable to engage. As I figured. Thanks for the virtue signaled-full trolling. Next time you enter a thread please be ready to engage in a real discussion. And you still have not explained your comment 👍.

@MAGA45 There’s quite an “ending” to the story too! 👀 I think I’m going to do a brief thread on it this weekend. 👍🇺🇸

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@MAGA45 I’m honored! 🏆!😊
Thank you! That means a lot to me! Gotta keep digging. Gotta keep learning! Cash and Stalin? Who knew!? Thank YOU for reading! It’s a lost art. 🖼 📚 🇺🇸

Again I ask you @Jellenne - “wow” what? I still do not understand your comment. It would seem you have an issue with what I said? While simultaneously having no issue with the comments of Ben Shapiro. Would you like to clarify your, seemingly thought police-like, comment?

Millers contributions are immense & would take a whole book to convey.
“The trombonist and band leader would go on to thoroughly modernize the Army/Air Force’s band & orchestra service, restructuring his group from a traditional military marching band to a more contemporary swing & dance band. His efforts would eventually lead to the formation of the Airmen of Note, the Air Force’s premier jazz ensemble.”

“In 1942, at the peak of his civilian career, Miller decided to join the war effort, forsaking an income of $15,000 to $20,000 per week in civilian life.
At 38, Miller was too old to be drafted and first volunteered for the Navy but was told that they did not need his services. Miller then wrote to Army Brigadier General Charles Young. He persuaded the United States Army to accept him so he could, in his own words, "be placed in charge of a modernized Army band".

- US Army
Here’s my send off for the night :_mobile_: friends
🌙 🎶 “Moonlight Serenade” 🎶 🌙
Glenn Miller & his AAF Band
April 8, 1944

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“When I’m Gone”
Craig Morgan, now a country music star, spent nearly a decade as a forward observer in the Army's 101st Airborne Division and 82nd Airborne Division. He would serve another six and a half years in the Army Reserve. 🇺🇸

U.S. Navy veteran, Johnny Paycheck, served two years in a military prison after being court-martialed for hitting a superior officer in 1956.

After winning the 1954 All-Army Talent Competition, they changed the band name to The Cimarrons. They would perform radio shows and were voted “Best Instrumental Group” of the Far East Command (Japan-Korea-Philippines-Guam)

(real name Harold Jenkins) was offered a contract to play for the Philadelphia Phillies, but was drafted into the Army during the Korean War instead.
He helped form a band to represent his army base in the 1954 All-Army Talent Competition. They named their all original band The Fuji Mountain Boys. They won the talent competition.

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