American former B-29 bomber crewman Raymond 'Hap' Halloran with Japanese aces Isamu Kashiide and Saburo Sakai at the US Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1985; note writing 'Time Heals Everything - almost'

Caption   American former B-29 bomber crewman Raymond 'Hap' Halloran with Japanese aces Isamu Kashiide and Saburo Sakai at the US Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1985; note writing 'Time Heals Everything - almost' ww2dbase
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Added Date 16 Feb 2009

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
17 Nov 2011 06:48:54 PM

OLD WARRIORS: Some can do it, dealing with a former enemy, others can not. True they were soldiers doing their duty, trying to kill each other.
2. FallujahVet says:
5 Nov 2014 06:54:28 PM

I cant imagine doing this with the al-Qaeda insurgents I fought against in Fallujah ...

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