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HONORING ALL WHO SERVED

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Thank you to all my fellow Veteran Brothers and Sisters. As for myself I served in the U.S. Army for twelve years as a Correctional Officer. GOD BLESS THE USA

It is the SOLDIER, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press.

It is the SOLDIER, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the SOLDIER, not the campus organizers, who has given us the freedom to demonstrate.

It is the SOLDIER, who salutes the flag, who serves the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag,

Who allows the protester to burn the flag. AMEN.

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May God bless all of you who served our great country. Thank you very, very much.

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Yes indeed, thanks to all who have served this great country.

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Like the old saying goes,

"If you can read this, thank a teacher, if you can read it in English, thank a vet."

Happy Veterans day to all that have served, and a very special thanks should go out to those that have served overseas.

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6 years Army NG, toured in Iraq myself.

Good post brother, lets keep all serving overseas in our prayers, and remember those who gave so much! This is also a day of celebration, that our country is what it is, through the sacrifice of so many. We can also atribute the freedoms and opprotunities we get to hunt and fish and otherwise enjoy the outdoors in this beautiful country to the soldier as well.

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Thank you to all my fellow Veteran Brothers and Sisters. As for myself I served in the U.S. Army for twelve years as a Correctional Officer. GOD BLESS THE USA

It is the SOLDIER, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press.

It is the SOLDIER, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the SOLDIER, not the campus organizers, who has given us the freedom to demonstrate.

It is the SOLDIER, who salutes the flag, who serves the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag,

Who allows the protester to burn the flag. AMEN.


Not only soldiers... But Airmen, Squids, Jarheads and Puddle Pirates allow us to live free.

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a BIG THANK YOU to those that served ! del

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Thank you all who have served. You are the reason this country is the greatest. Wish I could buy ya all a beer or two. laugh.gif

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A huge thank you to all my fellow veterans that have served this GREAT country. And to all those that continue to serve and stand in harms way, a prayer that God guides and protects you.

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You bet- can't possibly say thanks enough!

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A BIG THANK YOU!!!!!

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I thank you everyday and fly the flag proudly.

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BIG BIG THANK YOU

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Thanks to all who have served to allow us the freedoms we all enjoy.

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We are forever in-debted to those that let us sleep in peace in our own bed each night.

Monster thanks to those that serve!

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Thanks to all!

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Step bros in kosovo and my bro is NG for a yr now....Mom cried at dinner today well saying how thankful she was for our service men and women....i had a tear too...Thank you all soo much for our american way of life!!!!!

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Thank you all..And i want to thank all who are still over there keeping us safe. Did my time over there in the very start of this war 90-91..IMO It's the same conflict/ war, the longest ever..

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6 years Army NG, toured in Iraq myself.

Good post brother, lets keep all serving overseas in our prayers, and remember those who gave so much! This is also a day of celebration, that our country is what it is, through the sacrifice of so many. We can also atribute the freedoms and opprotunities we get to hunt and fish and otherwise enjoy the outdoors in this beautiful country to the soldier as well.


Thank you for your service, livintofish. I did time in the US Army(regulars) and when I got out, was thinking of joining the USANG. Too old today. Thanks also to those who have served, wartime or peacetime, and those serving today

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