Guys thanks for the condolences about my grandfather.
He was a true hero, bronze star and all. With the Mosquito's in Korea and was in Vietnam. I think 33 years in the service and was one of the first E-9's. In fact, he was an E-9 after 15 years! He started off in B-29's in the Army Air Corp & transfered to the USAF when it changed.
He had full military honors at the funeral. I shook every airman's hand, thanked them for being there, told them they just took care of a hero, and thanked them for their service. Thanked the sergeants too. Some of the airmen were in braces & had no facial hair. One was a young lady & she was in tears. F#@K, I'm in tears now just thinking of it all.
The great riding pleasure is "to crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women", all from a smaller, less powerful bike.