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April 9, 2013 2:38 PM

Editorial | Help A Veteran Aids Established Organizations

Hugh Robinson was highly trained as an Army Air Corps fighter plane pilot in 1945 and ready for his combat assignment when Germany surrendered and World War II effectively ended in Europe. “The Army said ‘we don’t need you any more,’ ” and Robinson’s military service was over. “It was the greatest disappointment in my life. My mother was pleased, though,” Robinson recalls.

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