Memorial Day tribute

dwain kantor air force group shot 1940s1
My father, Dwain Kantor, kneeling on the right, Air Force on a bomber over Germany.  They got shot down, everyone had to jump out the bombay doors with a parachute, while the plane, hit and on fire, was going down.  They were all captured and lived in a POW camp until the end of World War II.  It was my father who liked the beach, who was a bodysurfer (before surfing) in good ol’ San Diego, land of nothing but beaches and surf, who took me and my brothers to the beach when we were just pups.

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