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World War II 'Enemies' Forge Unique Bond

In December 1943, German fighter pilot Franz Stigler was in pursuit of American bomber pilot Charlie Brown's plane, looking to shoot it down. If he did, it would earn him the Knight's Cross, the highest honor for a German soldier. But as he approached the plane, Stigler saw that it had no tail guns blinking, no tail-gun compartment remaining, no left stabilizer, and the nose of ...

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Stephen Whitcomb

June 20, 2014  4:21pm

Satan seeks to turn brothers into enemies, but God turns enemies into brothers.

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Rodney

April 18, 2013  8:11am

Fighting with honor, the only way for a christian to fight

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January 07, 2013  10:42am

Great ill.

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