I attended a dinner honoring two Tuskegee Airman last night, Bill Holloman and Alexander Jefferson. I was priveleged to sit next to a Marine that had participated in the Okinowa Campaign. Listening to the pilots talk, and talking to the Marine, reminded me how fast these very special men and women are going. My father, and five uncles participated in WW2 in uniform. Three of them in very hot combat. Now, only one is left. A great generation that gave us all that we now have. And so soon they will be gone. Every oppertunity to say thank you, and demonstrate our appreciation to them should be taken now, for they have all to few tommorrows.