A young California man of 18, George Ciampa, served in five World War II campaigns in Europe including the Normandy Invasion and the Battle of the Bulge. He was with the 607th Graves Registration Company of the U.S. Army. His company had the solemn task of gathering, registering, and burying dead comrades in France, Belgium and Germany. Ciampa knows the price they paid. He saw death in the eyes of these young soldiers. Not dozens, not hundreds, but thousands of dead comrades. He has NEVER forgotten. And neither should our Nation.