Wesley Armstrong, the best plumber in American and the second most important man in my life, was in the hotel last week getting the air conditioning operational. Wesley told Noel and me the story of one of his many brothers doing two tours in Viet Nam almost forty years ago. Warren had been wounded twice, and his family always felt grateful he came home in good health.
Recently, a Vet from Kansas made a trip to Viet Nam. While there, he visited a junk shop that offered a large tray of American soldiers’ dog tags for sale. The fellow from Kansas purchased the whole tray and brought them back to a Boy Scout troop he was involved with back home.
Warren has just received his dog tags along with a detailed letter explaining the project from the young men of the Boy Scout troop.
I hope they all earned a merit badge.