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Brothers bond over service

Pair who joined Marines during Korean War set to go on Honor Flight

8:19 PM, May 12, 2013
Ex-Marines, brothers, Hugh, right, and Al Curtis stand between two Marine emblems Wednesday at Hugh's home in Wausau.
Ex-Marines, brothers, Hugh, right, and Al Curtis stand between two Marine emblems Wednesday at Hugh's home in Wausau.
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Brothers Hugh and Elbridge "Al" Curtis already had a close relationship by 1951 when they joined the Marine Corps together.

The United States was about a year into the Korean War and still recovering from World War II.

"Harry (President Truman) had sent us a letter," Al said. "And the draft was still functioning." ...

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