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On 12/08/2006 at 07:27, Dave B said:

Not a very artistic photo but I love the subject matter :love:

 

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Still love seeing this one.  Beautiful.

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Let's keep it alive, shall we?

Here's all of my grandpa's awards. He was a Lt.Colonel of the Yugoslav People's Army, technical branch of service. Turned 80 this spring!

First photo: Order of the Yugoslav People's Army 2nd and 3rd class

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Second photo: Order for Military Merits 2nd and 3rd class

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3rd photo: Commemorative medals for 30 Years of the Yugoslav People's Army, 30 Years of Victory over Fascism and 40 Years of the Yugoslav People's Army

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