The authors participated in the recent Honor Flight to war memorials. Paschal Baute, right, who served off and on from 1948 to 1972 with all four military branches, mostly as a Navy chaplain, is now chaplain to the Lexington Blind Veterans Chapter. Charlie Eyer was a medical lab tech with the 121st Evacuation Hospital near Seoul, South Korea.
The authors participated in the recent Honor Flight to war memorials. Paschal Baute, right, who served off and on from 1948 to 1972 with all four military branches, mostly as a Navy chaplain, is now chaplain to the Lexington Blind Veterans Chapter. Charlie Eyer was a medical lab tech with the 121st Evacuation Hospital near Seoul, South Korea.
The authors participated in the recent Honor Flight to war memorials. Paschal Baute, right, who served off and on from 1948 to 1972 with all four military branches, mostly as a Navy chaplain, is now chaplain to the Lexington Blind Veterans Chapter. Charlie Eyer was a medical lab tech with the 121st Evacuation Hospital near Seoul, South Korea.

Military friendships, losses remain deep, profound

October 11, 2015 11:28 PM