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  • Veteran of WWII, Korea reflects on military service

    Eagle Tribune - 07/05/2012

    It was patriotism that prompted Angelo Giambusso to join the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942.

    Seventy years later, Giambusso, 88, who lives at Edgewood Retirement Community with his wife, Terry, said he still gets a “tingle” when he hears “The Star-Spangled Banner” or “God Bless America.”

    He was proud to be an American during those stressful days of World War II and he’s just as proud to be an American today.

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