He is 91 years old and we are unsure of which war he served in he served from 1950-59 we believe from having discussed it with family. He believes the Korean war is the only war he server in but he talks mostly about posts in Japan such as Okinawa. When we have conversations with him he will stop and talk about something involving the war. Of course after hearing the same war story over and over again it’s hard to find different ways to divert the conversation or to humor him. He remembers more about the war then he does his 4 kids and he doesn’t remember any grandkids other than me since i’m with him every day. What he does remember about his kids is only when they were teens or young adults to which were not good times to remember. Example: He remembers his daughter dating what he calls a “flower boy” I’m assuming he was a drug user due to how he says he always smelled of something burnt. So he doesn’t like his daughter much due to that memory that has stuck to him. But whenever he does see her in person it’s a complete opposite of how he spoke of her. He becomes the loving caring dad you’d expect instead of saying he hopes he never sees her again or even going as far as calling her a b*tch. Same goes for his other sons minus my dad since my dad also is with him every day. We try and show him photos or old home recorded videos to make him remember or at least think less poorly of his children but it doesn’t work and it’s mostly due to his dementia. How do we get him to stop wanting to see, hear, talk about the war? Even when I put on a movie for him he begs me to put on a movie that is based around the war but I don’t because I don’t think that would be good for him at all.