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Corporal Helen Kogel Denton, Women’s Army Corps, 1922-2013.

Patriot Guard ! …… Attention on deck !

Honors to be rendered.

Usually, her brown, curly head was bent over the typewriter; her hazel eyes intent on the words she typed meticulously in order not to make a mistake.  She had three carbon copies to make with every page of type.  Mistakes were a nuisance — just something to slow the process down even more.

For nearly eight weeks, five days a week, eight hours a day, the routine was the same.  She would type from the dictation and from the stack of papers that were brought to her as the various officers came in and out.  Each newly typed page was stamped TOP SECRET.

She knew the number of ships, aircraft and men, what units would be deployed, where each army involved would land.  She knew ship movements, people movements, where planes would drop bombs.  She knew that the 101st Airborne – where two hometown friends served – would go in first to cut railroad lines, blow up bridges, and seize landing strips.

She knew everything except the date it would begin.

She told no one of her assignment and no one asked where she spent her days.  After all, they were all part of General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s staff, it was 1944 during World War II, German bombs were falling on London and their work was top secret.

One day in late April, Corp. Kogel typed the last page of her assignment.  One of the officers placed the pages into their notebooks, which were several inches thick by now, and said, “Would you like to go with us to take this to Gen. Eisenhower ?”

Please click on the link above and read the entire article.

To view a four-part interview with Mrs. Denton, please click here and scroll through to the embedded panels.

Always riding with respect.

Kenny Solomon
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Riding in memory of my dad, Roy Solomon, US Army, 63rd Engineers, WWII Europe.
In memory of my uncle, Col. E. J. Lasner, US Army, Europe, Viet Nam and USA.
In memory of my grandfather, Cpl. Samuel Lasner, US Army, WWI, France.

In memory of John (Jack) Henry ‘Angel’ Regan, Patriot Guard Rider

—and—

In memory of Brian A. Terry, US Marines, US Border Patrol.

Everything I need to know about Islam I learned at the age of 13 on September 5th 1972.

If law-abiding firearms owners were as unstable and dangerous as typically bitter and clinging Democrats say we are, there’d be no typically bitter and clinging Democrats still breathing.

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Originally posted at The American Survival Guide at 0850 Hours, 16 February 2014.

Kenny Solomon
I'm a typical bitter Eeeeevil Joooooooooooish God-clingin' flag-wavin' NASCAR-lovin', NRA-Certified Firearms Instructor, Oath Keeper and Patriot Guard Rider in South Florida ------ Tally-Ho Snackbar !™ and Reaganhu Akhbar !
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I'm a typical bitter Eeeeevil Joooooooooooish God-clingin' flag-wavin' NASCAR-lovin', NRA-Certified Firearms Instructor, Oath Keeper and Patriot Guard Rider in South Florida ------ Tally-Ho Snackbar !™ and Reaganhu Akhbar !
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