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I think I know what you are trying to say but "happy" isn't really the right term. I suspect Brits don't say "Happy Remembrance Day" on 11 NOV?


I spent it with various commitments including catching up with some Legacy beneficiaries that I'm related to. That is, they are NOK of members I served with, and in some cases were under my command on deployments, when they died.


Also you are touch late. Your post = 0400 on the 26th here.


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