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Cell phones in the PTO?

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#1 TD-Tommy776


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Posted 03 December 2011 - 07:02 PM

Well, not quite. But the precursor to the modern cell phone was invented on Bougainville by a radioman of the 37th Infantry Division.


Here is a longer version:


Freedom is precious and many gave their lives for it. It is the duty of the future generation
to remember that sacrifice, and offer some sacrifice for themselves if Freedom is threatened.

Cecil Earl Workman, WWII Veteran, "L" Co., 129th Inf. Regt., 37th Inf. Div.


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