Fancher, Jim WWII: Through These Eyes

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Frank "Lindy" Fancher was born May 19, 1919 in rural Hart County, Kentucky, the son of Ben Fancher a Tobacco farmer. In October of 1940, he enlisted in the 106th Cavalry Illinois National Guard and entered Federal Training on December 6th 1940. Thus began Lindy's military experience, one that would forever leave indelible memories of great sorrow and joy. This is the story of those experiences. It is a story for this generation and future ones that reminds us that freedom is not "free" and that this country was won through hardship and bloodshed. It is also a story of the transition from boyhood to manhood and how the war forever changed that.

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Frank "Lindy" Fancher was born May 19, 1919 in rural Hart County, Kentucky, the son of Ben Fancher a Tobacco farmer. He enlisted in the 106th Cavalry Illinois National Guard and entered Federal Training on December 6th 1940. Lindy fought in the Battle of the Bulge, the largest battle ever waged by US forces. The US incurred 87,000 casualties in the battle from December 16th, 1944 through January 25th, 1945. Lindy was awarded a Battle Field Commission, the Silver Star and the Purple Heart. Lindy was a member and officer in the Lincoln, IL Civil Air Patrol Squadron and is currently a member of the VFW, American Legion and National Order of Battlefield Commissions.

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