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it was the last day of the fall of vietnam..i went to my bus stop to ride out to saigon airport..i was the only one one on the 50 seater bus..there was a marine captain in charge of the bus..as we drove around saigon, we stopped at various pre-arranged stops, and lots of vietamese were waiting..the marine captain, following orders, would not let them on the bus..i finally went to the captain, and told him, that these vietnamese were my family, andd to let them on..he was a captain, i had major rank..they came on the bus...next stop..same thing..captain, that is is my wife and my kids..next stop, same thing, and on and on it went..until the marine captain turned to me and said, you seem to have a large family sir..to which i said, i have been here for 8 years..there were no more questions..they all came to the states..i did the right thing...and am proud of it..
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