Honors Those Who Served
Veterans fill the pages of Dakota Attitude—from the Puppe brothers (Jim’s dad’s first cousins) who died in World War II to the survivors of every conflict since—our country’s history would be different if it weren’t for the men and women who put themselves in harm’s way. It’s why the book is dedicated to all the North Dakota service men and women who died fighting for our freedom.
To honor their service, we’ve listed several of the stories of Those Who Served that appear in Dakota Attitude. We encourage you to celebrate Veterans Day, and every day, by reading about those who fought so you could be free. By the way, Dakota Attitude makes a great gift for your veteran.