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By Jim Carney
Beacon Journal staff writer
Donald Walker stands next to a German plane in 1945. (Family photo)
A photo of Donald Walker sits on a table at the home of his son John Walker in Stow as he talks about his book titled "Bracketing the Enemy." (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
John Walker of Stow talks about his book titled "Bracketing the Enemy." (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
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Ray Incorvaia reached into a row of chairs behind him Saturday and held the hand of his wife, Dawn, just as an instructor told the class of hopeful archers that it didn’t really matter if their arrows struck a bull’s-eye.
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