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UNSUNG HEROES: The World War II Chaplain Who Survived The Bataan Death March
Chaplain Robert P. Taylor survived the Bataan Death March and 42 months in prison camps ministering to other prisoners in order to keep up morale.
Cpl. Charlyston Schultz (third from left, front row), a personnel clerk with the Installation Personnel Administration Center, Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, stands just a few feet away from President Barack Obama (foreground), during a naturalization ceremony for U.S. service members at the White House, Washington D.C., recently.  Schultz, a native of Uberlandia, Brazil, came to the U.S. in 1998 and became a citizen through serving America in the Marines.
Why The Military’s Plan To Accept Illegal Immigrants Is A Smart Idea
"Once someone has sworn loyalty to this country, and does his job like every other soldier, I don’t really care where he’s from. All I care about is whether or not he has my back."