Hogan’s Heroes

I don’t know if he was Hogan’s hero, but he was mine.

Canva.com — John M. Dabbs

As I watch Me-TV these days, I can’t help but continue to watch Hogan’s Heroes at night. I’ve seen the shows easily two or three times each by now, not counting the previous times I’ve seen them on the air. As I watch Colonel Robert Hogan foiling the plans of the Germans during World War II, it brings a smile to my face and pulls at my heart.

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Photojournalist, consultant, and author with a love for travel and exploration. See more at my neglected website JohnMDabbs.com

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John M Dabbs

John M Dabbs

Photojournalist, consultant, and author with a love for travel and exploration. See more at my neglected website JohnMDabbs.com

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