They went out into the sub-zero temperatures of a Montana winter to "stand colors," to show respect for the U.S. flag and the nation it represented. They were the graduates of the Navy V-12 officer training program. Some went on to fight in World War II or Korea. Others were simply the watchmen who helped pull the country together after those conflicts. This book is a thank you to them and the families who waited for them at home. With this book we pass on what they stood for.
I assisted my father (pictured with my Mom and older sister Diane as a baby, below, left) in the writing of this book, which includes not only his own memoirs, but also those of many of his classmates.
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