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Honor Flight

Edythe Sweeney served in the Women's Army Corps as a cryptographer. She lived in Australia during the war and had done some amazing things while she served in the war, including being involved with the Navajo code talkers who encrypted messages to keep the Japanese from obtaining intelligence. She said she was grateful of her time in service and would not have chosen an alternative route for her life. (Photo by Army Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Menger)

PHOTO BY: Army Sgt. st Class Jennifer Menger
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