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We salute you

By Debra Gibson Isaacs from November 2014 Issue

We salute you

Credit: Hannah Elizabeth Photographie

Ronald Allari enlisted in the United States Army in 1965, and it wasn't long before he distinguished himself. During his 21 years in the military, Allari piloted both…
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