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Ralph CampbellThe Last Letter Home

By Rand Green

A story of faith, courage and heroism during World War II as a young American pilot, Lt. Charles Ralph Campbell of Rupert, Idaho, makes the ultimate sacrifice in the cause of freedom when his B-24 Liberator bomber is shot down over Vienna, Austria on December 11, 1944.

 We who breathe free air today owe an eternal debt to Lt. Charles Ralph Campbell and his crew, and to all other Allied military personnel who fought and died in World War II, as well as all other conflicts in our nation's history from the American Revolution to the present day. We can repay that debt only by remembering, and by doing all within our own power to safeguard our freedoms for generations yet to come.


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