Military veteran, now UF faculty member, honors veterans in Gainesville display
Memorial Day weekend means different things to many people. For Dr. Paul Ortiz, director of the University of Florida’s oral history program, it’s a time for him to remember his military service, and honor all who served. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Tom Krynski reports, people who drive on one of Gainesville’s busiest streets, will see the results of the work Ortiz and other members of Veterans for Peace have done.
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