thank you for your service (a moment of truth)


I thank all our veterans from WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf, Desert Storm, Operation, Enduring Freedom, OIF, and Afghanistan and what is still going on and what will continue to go on in the very near future. Semper Fi USMC 1981-1986,  USNR SBU13 North Island 1988-1990, To all men and women thank you for your service. Thank You For Your Service (A Moment of Truth): RP Members and Connections take 2 minutes 30 seconds out of your day to watch this video and then be sure to thank a Vietnam Veteran for their service to this country, no matter what time of year it is! It was rough to see the shape that they were in and they still continued the mission and we learned not to talk about Vietnam. Thank You For Your Service (A Moment of Truth) The Vietnam War marked a time of social unrest that divided our nation like never before. Words of Thanksgiving from My WordPress and Personal Friends, Wise Words of Wisdom: “Things I Have Learned”. I have been a Physical Education teacher and coach for 35 years and have loved EVERY minute of it. It took me four years to even get a job. Unfortunately those who served in Vietnam never got the "Thank You"  they deserved. Our WWII Veterans are fast disappearing… lets also make sure we take time to acknowledge those members of "The Greatest Generation"… Thank you for your service Dad! You were never treated right and I have always felt that buying your meal or even your groceries is not enough. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. At the time "disabled vet"  meant you were a mental case and would go off on a killing spree. I finally stammerd, "You’re welcome"  The chip fell off my shoulder; forever. 11th Cav tattoo. I felt the chip come back on my shoulder. Thank you for this great commercial share, too bad civilians don't pickup on it's true meaning. Find your moment at www.Moments.org. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. This is why I ask for my Husband to wear his Marine cap showing "Korean Vet". You never know how powerful those words may be. My Uncle served in Vietnam. Don’t overdo it. Thank you to you men & women of service: Past, Present, & Future. America Must Never Forget That Soldiers Are Not Politicians & Our Military Serve The Nation Not Power Hungry Politicians! Post navigation. It brought back a lot of memories and emotion. Thanks to all my fellow Vets for your service as so many will ever know what just the training is like that we might make it back home and not come home in a casket! RP Members and Connections take 2 minutes 30 seconds out of your day to watch this video and then be sure to thank a Vietnam Veteran for their service to this country, no matter what time of year it is! Thanks. My respect for them is above all else; I remember SP/4 Russell ,Co. C 124th Maint. to all my brothers–that are still around after 30 to 45 years –don’t forget and never be forgotten. Just wished I could have done more. I want Thanks Veterans whom have served. Thank you for your service – A moment of truth Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured November 10, 2012 Comments Off on Thank you for your service – A moment of truth Topics in this post: Support Our Troops Veterans Day Every once in a while, a situation happens my to us when we suddenly realize that we just experienced one of “those moments.” When was the last time that you had “one of those moments?” Thank You For Your Service (A Moment of Truth). Soldiers everywhere are brothers. Swapped combat jackets in Germany with a guy from the 11th armoured cavalry, TO ALL WHO SERVE AND TO ALL WHO HAVE SERVED THANK YOU YOUR SERVICE IT CANNOT BE SAID ENOUGH THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE YOU HAVE DONE. What a difference it would make. Thank you for your Service. Some of us aren’t heroes, and when you make us out to be, we feel guilty. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. :) God bless all veterans! The American forces in Vietnam never got the recognition they rightly deserved. Joining the service has made me realize that little moments like that make you feel appreciated! So, if you have a good story...let me know! I love him very much & hope he knows how proud I am of him. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Thanks to all those who served and to those who served with me in the U.S. Marines. © 2020 Free Veterans | Designed & Hosted by SWD, Judge Orders President Trump To Pay $2 Million For Charity Foundation Misuse | TIME, How to Use your VA Educational Benefits at UCI, Community College of Denver – Veteran's Services, Helpful Veteran VA Forms for a funeral | Military Honor Guard in MN | #VeteranVitals #002, grants for disabled veterans to pay bills, veteran community care general information, veterans emergency financial assistance program, veterans housing assistance purchase program. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. The courage and sacrifice of our veterans cannot be overstated. I really enjoyed this simple and well done acknowledgment but unfortunately all too truthful neglect depiction of our Vietnam Veterans. They wore the uniforms just like the soldiers today do but yet for some reason they were treated less than dirt. Wow what an amazing video! Thanks for all the support you gave me some 30 odd years ago. Thank You for Your Service to our Country.. Next. I hope you enjoy my page!! USMC Vietnam Vet. They too deserve recognition,  as do all those who serve now, and served in the past. Proudly he wears his cap now, when he returned few paid attention. It is not hard to spot those who served in "Nam"… in a war that caused so much anger and hatred at home. As a 65 year old woman, daughter of a retired Navy Captain, Navy Cross recipient, who grew up during the Vietnam era I know all too well how the Vietnam vet felt. Now he is thanked, as he and all Veterans deserve. Thank you to all past, present & future Veterans and their Families for their service and sacrifices. Very touching to see people doing that! He’s no longer with us. it reminds me of my father who was in Vietnam the same years as his tattoo says in the vid. It's fun collecting inspiring and heartwarming stories.from people. So many deserve our thanks including my two cousins. Thank you to all veterans for your service. Remember: Thank you, very well done. I glared and then grunted, "Vietnam" and waited for the negative reaction; that never came. Thanks for the moving video. There is a look about them…their eyes tell the story even if their words never do. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Many of go un noticed, but we know who we are. I enjoy making people laugh and feel good about themselves. Two Purple Hearts? . 11th armor cav was the tat. Jean M. Cogdell, Author-Writing something worth reading, one word at a time in easy to swallow bite size portions. Thank you brother from one cavalryman to another!! He never wanted or maybe could talk about it. "Thank You For Your Service" - What does that phrase really mean. This one brought tears to my eyes. Very nice. I made a similar tribute for him and all of his Brothers and Sisters here and in Heaven  http://youtu.be/1lG8GDYdKsc, When i returned home from Iraq ppl would say "thank you" and my response is always the same  don’t thank me thank the ones that came before me it is them that chance to serve because with out them i would have never the chance. Always. We were called baby killers and some names I wouldn’t even repeat. Service members returning home with physical and emotional scars were greeted with an unprecedented level of disrespect and dishonor. Thank you is not enough….. You …. It meant a lot to me when I saw it. Even the neighbors avoided him. 2nd AD, he committed suicide in the shop office because he was bared from re-enlistment. Thank You For Your Service (A Moment of Truth). When I was recently visiting in TN, i saw several instances where people made it a point to thank my brother in law for his service. The courage and sacrifice of our veterans cannot be overstated. He returned to meet only my mother at the Airport with no one saying a word I wish to send out a vote of thanks to all men & women who have & still are serving to protect our country. It is a very positive thing that people in this country now commend and accept those serving in the Armed Forces. He is a USMC MSgt (ret). Thanks for making me cry like a girl!!! It was my pleasure to serve. I tearfully enjoyed this and can only say: God Bless America. The Vietnam War marked a time of social unrest that divided our nation like never before. Most of them are still fighting Vietnam. We live in the land of the free because of the brave. Our training was like life and death. As an ex British soldier I hope you don’t object if I too thank you for your service. Sexuality Virginity Abortion Rape Pornography God Meaning Love LGBTQi Transgender Liberalism Divorce intersectionality, Shining God's light in the world's darkness, Welcome to my site to find inspiration and nourishment for the body and soul, Feminist reflections on fitness, sport, and health, "Feel more Confidence, Strength and Happiness here everyday", Seeing, feeling and exploring places and cultures of the world. and I remember coming home in Chicago and guys were turning their purple hearts for a cup of coffee  welcome home yeah right. I am a Vietnam vet I still give in the Honor guard this is a first class video whom ever made it should be recognized for there good work it hit home thanks again for the recognition. Surviving the everyday struggles of an Inside Salesman. My Vietnam Vet father was an absolute asshole MOST of the time. GOD BLESS! Inspirational, Motivational, and Heartwarming Stories, Every once in a while, a situation happens my to us when we suddenly realize that we just experienced one of “those moments.” When was the last time that you had “one of those moments?”, I am a 57 year old, father of two boys and have been happily married for 29 years. Good job on the video. You make it so easy to be proud to live in this wonderful country! You guys were my only family when my dad died and I had to join the service. To bad the only Thanks some vets of that time and war had to wait 40 plus years for anyone other then family and close friends to say those few simple words! and for those that did a special Thanks to their families for their loved one they lost! Everyone is fighting a battle that you know nothing about. No matter what war a soldier fights in, he comes back a hero and for this, deserves to be greeted and treated as such.

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