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Bob Hope Photograph - Dancing Girls by Mel Steinhauer

Dancing Girls is a photograph by Mel Steinhauer which was uploaded on July 6th, 2011.

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Hey Mel! Mixed blessings this - was looking forward to this show in Long Binh - but I had to fly south to one of our dustoff detachments. I missed the show, but I could tell from the improvement in morale that it made a big difference to many. Best regards - Terry!

Hey Mel. First I want to THANK you for fighting for us and enduring the Vietnam experience. Second, I love that you put one of your old snapshots of the USO show up. I was a junior in high school that year and was writing to a boy whose name I picked from a page full of Servicemen in a Teen Magazine. It was what we did back then. My sister did also. They..(you included I imagine) just needed to get mail,...something...anything...to look forward to..just to take their minds off the mess they were surrounded in for a few moments. I can't and don't presume to have even an inkling of what you and your fellow soldiers endured there, but I, for one, am proud of all of you. Thanks, once again, Mel. ;0) Hope you don't mind my taking up comment room with a bit of my personal views and remembrances.