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Veterans Day

Thank you to those who have served and protected our Country. Maybe its veterans day, Marines Birthday or that one of these Marines is my son. This file may have to be downloaded but I think its worth it. It shows Young Marines Graduating Boot Camp at San Diego. I have to watch every couple of months, it bring a tear and a smile. Lets pray and say Thank You everyday

http://www.box.net/shared/5d960pvtcg

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  • Paul Rohrs_4
    Paul Rohrs_4 Member Posts: 466
    Veterans Day

    My sincerest "Thank You" to all who are serving or have served. Freedom isn't free.

    Regards,

    PR
  • Mark Eatherton
    Mark Eatherton Member Posts: 5,853
    Here Here!!

    And to all the family's who lost their loved ones to our freedom.

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

    ME
    It's not so much a case of "You got what you paid for", as it is a matter of "You DIDN'T get what you DIDN'T pay for, and you're NOT going to get what you thought you were in the way of comfort". Borrowed from Heatboy.
  • Jim Pompetti
    Jim Pompetti Member Posts: 552
    Lost ,But not

    Forgotten. Today I spent sometime remembering my friends lost in The Nam . Bob , Muggs , Danny , Joe they left us all about 19 years old . There names etched in stone ,on The Wall ,there they live forever. Thanks guys.

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  • Our vet

    has moved on, but last night we had dinner with Nephew Chris who is a career armed forces guy (home - for now).

    Gone, but not forgotten. Thanks Dad & all who have gone on to serve yet again.
  • Lost six of my

    best friends and shipmates all died in Nam all on various "swift boats". I remember everyone of you guys thank you.
  • MrHVAC Mechanic
    MrHVAC Mechanic Member Posts: 7


    Remember our POW"s and MIA's.
    Thanks to our vets who saw action, our present serving military and also our ready reserve.
  • Rich Kontny_3
    Rich Kontny_3 Member Posts: 562
    Just

    Got off the phone with Ken Zindars my insurance agent. He is building a new home and as a fellow military family I am helping Ken with his plumbing and his in-floor sytem.
    This is a tough day for Ken as he lost his son Matt in Ramadi, Iraq last July. Matt was on his second tour (one he volunteered for in order to let his married fellow Marines more leave time). Matt was simply a great kid who loved serving his country and loved the Marines.

    We know the Zindars extremely well and know how they have sacrificed also. May all of us find time to pause and reflect on those who do so much for our country. Our heroes don't play sports or sing, they instead serve without question.

    They all are special! As are all who have served, are serving or will serve this great country!

    Rich
  • Mad Dog_2
    Mad Dog_2 Member Posts: 6,692
    a VERY sad commentary on the state and culture of our country

    I have checked in with friends across the States, so its not just Long Island. I was running around the Island all day, but Barbara took the Kinder to the Local ceremony in Our Town. 20,000 People....TWENTY residents at the VETS Parade. My children Honored them and the WW II, Korea, Nam, Gulf War Vets felt good, but IT WAS EMBARRASSING! America is in DEEP trouble because...like many p & H businesses that DAD or GRANDAD started, the present crop has become FAT, LAZY, self-centered and apathetic. GOD BLESS EVERY American man and woman who served. My Family and I LOVE and cherish you. To those who don't or sneer...YOU'll see........Mad Dog

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