Remembering our own

Foster, Renita
May 2009
Soldiers;May2009, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p34
The article focuses on the re-enactment of Sergeant (Sgt.) 1st Class Steve Mrozek of the Operation Market Garden Jump in the Netherlands and his visit to the tomb of Private 1st Class, Paul G. Stinson who died on October 27, 1944. As stated, Mrozek checked the Register Roll of the soldiers in the Visitor's Building of the Netherlands American Cemetery and went to Plot K, row 1, Grave number 15 and whispered to Stinson how he had acquired the dead soldier's helmet.


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