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The grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, VA respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.
Join us for Veterans Day 2013 on November 11 at 11am in the VA auditorium. Special guest speaker will be Wyoming Veterans Commission member and current Past State Commander of the American Legion, Keith Davidson.
Sheridan, Wyoming architect Timothy Belton has designed a deceptively simple tool he hopes will help veterans take initial steps toward breaking through that wall: a Frisbee-sized cardboard wheel called the AnswerRing.
When 11 Sheridan area World War II veterans board the Wyoming Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., on May 17, their journey will be quite different from the one they made more than six decades ago. The same men took flights, ships and truck transports as far from Wyoming as
Saipan, India, Japan, Hawaii and Europe. It isn’t much comparatively, but the men will be honored and, in the most minuscule way, thanked for their bravery with a flight and visit to the World War II monument in Washington. Sheridan resident Hal Quist, 90, served as a waist gunner in the Army Air Force stationed in Deenethorpe, England, on 27 highaltitude
bombing missions over Nazi Germany from Aug. 3, 1944-Aug. 20, 1945. He will take the Honor Flight. “I want to see how Washington has changed since I was there the last time, oh, 20 years ago — primarily, I want to see the war memorials,” Quist said, holding a worn journal with a green fabric cover and yellowed pages of neat handwriting.