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Gary Rogers, the quartermaster of Post 3012 and an Army veteran, said he thinks people have forgotten what soldiers had to endure.

“Any ceremony honoring the veterans is important so people remember how they got their freedom. Most people don’t realize it takes a lot of blood, sweat, tears and lives to keep it,” Rogers said.

Rogers said his time in the Army taught him many valuable lessons.

“Once you’ve gone through your training you realize that just because you think you’ve reached the end of your rope, the end of your physical and mental limits, doesn’t mean you’re done. You can go way beyond your capacity,” Rogers said.

Richard Pingree, the junior vice of Post 3012 and a Navy veteran, said that he enjoyed his 26 years in the service and that he learned many lessons that have carried over to other areas of his life.

“I learned early in my life that the service teaches you organization and the fact that you can handle more pain than you think you can,” Pingree said. “These things probably made my life a lot easier.”

Pingree said he wishes he could be back in the Navy.

“I miss being in the military,” Pingree said. “If they could take me back, if I could pass the physical, I would be back tomorrow. But I think at 72 years old it’s not very likely.”

The VWF Post 3012 meets on the first wednesday of every month.

They are in charge of local veteran affairs according to the VWF Post 3012 website. The veterans provide an environment where veterans can talk about the struggles they have faced in the past, and they are in charge of planning fellow veterans funerals.

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