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John Howell is a spry 95 years young. He lives alone, save for his memories of a life well-worn and the company of a portly little pooch who runs around on four reed-thin legs, snapping at passing bumble bees in Howell’s tight, manicured yard.
The American Flag flies high on a pole in front of his Fanning Springs home, and the end of his driveway is punctuated with a bright red sign that reads Marine Corps parking only.
“I thought I had found a home when I went into the Marine Corps.” Howell said of his decision to enlist in the military in 1940.
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