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Buckley Marines visit Broncos training camp

From left to right, Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens, Sgt. Brian Geraghty, Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar, and Sgt. Manuel Perez watch a Denver Broncos training camp practice Aug. 9 at the Denver Broncos Football Club. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with five World War II veterans. The Marines are assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

From left to right, Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens, Sgt. Brian Geraghty, Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar, and Sgt. Manuel Perez watch a Denver Broncos training camp practice Aug. 9 at the Denver Broncos Football Club. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with five World War II veterans. The Marines are assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Sgt. Brian Geraghty (center) and Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens (right) look at World War II veteran Lucky McGinty?s ID card from the 1940s Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. McGinty flew 29 combat missions into Germany as a B-17 gunner with the 95th Bomb Group. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. The Marines are assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Sgt. Brian Geraghty (center) and Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens (right) look at World War II veteran Lucky McGinty?s ID card from the 1940s Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. McGinty flew 29 combat missions into Germany as a B-17 gunner with the 95th Bomb Group. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. The Marines are assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens (right) talks with World War II veteran Lucky McGinty Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. McGinty flew 29 combat missions into Germany as a B-17 gunner with the 95th Bomb Group. Pickens and thre other Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. Pickens is assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens (right) talks with World War II veteran Lucky McGinty Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. McGinty flew 29 combat missions into Germany as a B-17 gunner with the 95th Bomb Group. Pickens and thre other Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. Pickens is assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Denver Broncos starting quarterback Jake Plummer signs a football for Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. Molnar and three other Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. Molnar is assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Denver Broncos starting quarterback Jake Plummer signs a football for Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. Molnar and three other Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. Molnar is assigned to the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Marines from the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado pose for a photo with representatives from the Greatest Generations Foundation, World War II veterans and quarterbacks from the Denver Broncos Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. Pictured are: back row, left to right are: Elizabeth Crony, Lucky McGinty, Sgt. Brian Geraghty, Preston Parsons, Jake Plummer, Ray Heap, Bradlee Van Pelt, Leonard McKinney, E.E. Mischler, and Jay Cutler. Kneeling, left to right: Timothy Davis, Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar, Sgt. Manuel Perez, Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens, and Rigney Sackley. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

Marines from the Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion at Buckley Air Force Base in Colorado pose for a photo with representatives from the Greatest Generations Foundation, World War II veterans and quarterbacks from the Denver Broncos Aug. 9 at a Denver Broncos training camp practice. Pictured are: back row, left to right are: Elizabeth Crony, Lucky McGinty, Sgt. Brian Geraghty, Preston Parsons, Jake Plummer, Ray Heap, Bradlee Van Pelt, Leonard McKinney, E.E. Mischler, and Jay Cutler. Kneeling, left to right: Timothy Davis, Staff Sgt. Richard Molnar, Sgt. Manuel Perez, Lance Cpl. Christopher Pickens, and Rigney Sackley. The Marines were invited to the practice by the Greatest Generations Foundation to meet with World War II Veterans. The Greatest Generations Foundation is a non-profit educational organization that raises money to fully fund trips for veterans to revisit the sites of their former battlefields. (Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Cram)

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