A premier private practice in the Mountain West Region is seeking a spine-focused neurosurgeon to join their very well-established group.
Picture above with caregiver and sponsor, Bill Weis. Ralph reports that the day started at 4: The men were grouped by colored id tags, and there were 4 sections.
They were then bussed to the airplane at Bair Field. Three hundred people joined the send-off.
Entertainment on the one hour and 20 minute flight included a younger veteran who led them in the Pledge of Allegiance and the singing of the National Anthem. He continued with military songsand many of the Veterans sang right along.
They also had another breakfast on the plane ride. Busses with an escort of police on motorcycles picked them up when they arrived in DC and a narrator accompanied each of the 4 busses. The colored tag each Veteran wore determined their group and the bus they were assigned.
Each of the 86 veterans had their own wheelchair that accompanied them on the bus trip to each memorial attraction. A Korean greeter narrated the tour. The wall nearby reflects the 19 to double the men making it 38 to represent the 38th Parallel between North and South Korea which the Veterans had fought to protect.
The war ended in But the protection of the 38th Parallel continues even today. A meal was provided, they were bussed to the airport and at 9 PM, they arrived back in Ft.
Wayne to the cheers of people, men, women and children. Ralph himself received a pretty handmade pillow made by a little girl who handed it to him personally. Ralph was humbled by the experience.
That was the day that Ralph E. Ritz was drafted at the age of 23 years. He served from to and took basic training at Ft.
It took 21 days to cross the ocean to En Chow, where the troops took a train and then truck to Camp Beavers just 30 miles from the 38th Parallel and below the demilitarized zone. At pounds, he was trim and fit, working on his machine to keep it washed, shining and in perfect running order. Two other men became his constant friend and partners, on the tank, a 50 ton beast built in Lima Ohio at the Tank Depot.Admin Team The administrative team of Curry Health Network has the duty to assure the quality of patient care and solvency of the business of the Network.
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