Nah, just a medic.
My uncle Roby, however, was 101st Airborne, during WW2.
My relatives are smeared all over the place when it comes to wartime history.
I could mention a couple.
My brother did two tours in Kosovo as a NATO peacekeeper with the danish forces back in the nineties.
My grandfathers brother was on a Sloop that got shredded by machine gun and cannon fire by a german plane during WWII. It went down, but miraculously no one was wounded or killed. During that time our island nation delivered fish to the UK which made the ships targets for the germans.
My grandmothers brother was a captain in the british merchant navy during WWII. He helped deliver supplies to allied forces during the siege of Malta, and later in Normandy.
The scenes from Normandy kinda stuck with him for the remainder of his life. Sailing his ship through dead and living people under strict orders not to stop and aide them.
Then there was another young lady. Can´t recall her name or exactly how we were related. She was part of the danish underground movement that helped jews escape to Sweden. Also during WWII ofcourse. She was from my fathers side of the family.
On my mothers side was a stark contrast of the previous character.
He was a corporal with the danish Freikorps of the waffen ss.
He apparantly didn´t see much action because he caught consumption. But God only knows what tasks he was put to while being rotated.
I finally got my Marlin goose gun with the full choke and 36" barrel 12 gauge.
Waited almost a year. Plus a spare mag which unfortunately has a broken spring rendering it useless. Hopefully it is mendable.
I never joke about these matters.
I purchased a Marlin Goose gun, the original one. With the 36" barrel full choke 12/76.
It´s quite a dandy.
If you don´t aprove of my purchase an honest opinion is welcome.