by Holly Zachariah, The Columbus Dispatch – May 25, 2015

The men stepped into the recording booth together because, really, war stories are best told with a buddy by your side.

One wore a Vietnam War T-shirt with “U.S. Army 1968: We were winning when I left” printed across the front. The other’s business card reads, “Tell your friends you just met a real live Army Airborne Ranger.”

So there they were on Tuesday — 77-year-old Kenneth Davenport (the former Ranger) and 65-year-old Robert Coy, sitting somewhat uncomfortably atop wooden stools in a dark, sound-resistant booth tucked into a corner of a gallery at the Dublin Arts Council.
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