Tags: Arlington National Cemetery | China | Maj. Robert G. Denman | Korean War

Ode to Korean War Hero

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Wednesday, 28 Jan 2015 10:46 AM Current | Bio | Archive

The kind of man Bob Denman was, fearless but utterly without any form of wish for recognition. I think I am safe in saying that it was the determination of men like Bob Denman and all who fought with him in Korea that assured that the Chinese would not make any further invasions in Asia for a good long while.

He was as close to perfect as a man can be: kind, loving, heroic beyond belief, a devoted father, grandfather, and great grandfather, a total gentleman, a loving uncle, a superb golfer, and above all, a completely loyal and loving husband, so writes Ben Stein in The American Spectator.

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I think I am safe in saying that it was the determination of men like Bob Denman and all who fought with him in Korea that assured that the Chinese would not make any further invasions in Asia for a good long while.
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