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      Advertisers   08/12/17

      If you would like to advertise on my VI Corps site, please let me know. However, all ads must be directly related to WWII. Are you an author? Are you conducting tours? Are you a researcher? Prices are very reasonable, for aren't we here to benefit each other? Looking forward to hearing from you. 

      Viewers, please note, there WILL NOT be giant pop-up ads on my site. Nothing infuriates me more than going to someone's site and having to scroll past obnoxious, in your face ads or ones that are stuck in the middle of articles, forcing you to scroll further down the page to see the rest of the paragraphs. They will be tasteful, appropriately places small banners.
    • Walt's Daughter

      New Registrations   09/22/17

      Attention New Registrants - Please take a moment to read the section on REGISTRATION. This will inform you regarding the entire process and hopefully answer all your questions. Too often I receive emails either asking why you can't post yet, or I why I haven't approved your membership?  Thank you for your time, M1
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      Happy Thanksgiving to all my peeps!   11/18/17

      Dear Peeps!  Just wanted to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am very grateful to all of you for helping me make this site such a wonderful resource for people all over the world. Could not have done it without your assistance. Much love to all, M1


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About Rosanne

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    I am the proud daughter of a WWII vet. I love my family first and foremost, dogs, yoga, exercising, history and reading. My father,Tech Sgt. Dominick M. DeTommaso, Company B, 294th Combat Engineers, fought with honor, courage commitment on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944. I love him and miss him so much.
  1. My name is Rosanne, the proud daughter of a WWII vet who fought with courage, honor and commitment on June 6, 1944. Let me just say that I think it is deplorable behavior and disrespectful to do this at any funeral ESPECIALLY that of a fallen soldier. I love my country, I honor and respect all of our veterans but unfortunately the 1st amendment allows this. I do not agree at all. Are we not allow to bury our loved ones with honor and dignity. If I was at that funeral, most likely I would have would up in handcuffs because if I ever saw someone do that I would punch his/her face so hard they would be knocked to the ground. This Jersey Girl strongly believes in her causes and that of honoring our military is no. 1 on the list.