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My family's story is simple and probably not unlike many that our out there. But it is my family's story and it will always be a source of pride that I have this person in my life as an hero.
My brother-in-law is a member of the National Guard. While he and my big sis were dating, he was sent to Iraq to serve for 18 months. During that time, the "bad guys attempted to blow him up 3 times" (his words). The scariest was when the jeep he was a passenger in drove over an IED. Fortunately, the IED malfunctioned and went off after the vehicle passed over. Their injuries were the result of the shockwave. All of the soliders walked away from that one.
After serving his country, he returned home with his battalion to a hero's parade. I could not be there, but I listened through the phone at work with tears in my eyes.
That was over 5 years ago. In about 2 months, my big sis and this hero (her husband) are expecting their second child. They already have a beautiful little girl who is a delight in my life. Every day I am thankful that he was able to come home, and become a member of my family, and that this world has been made a better place by him, his compatriots in war, and the two children borne of their love.
Thank you to all that have served or are serving!!! You have touched so many people's lives! If it were'nt for ou we wouldn't be here living in an amazing and free country! Some of my family members have served in the war. One of my Great Grampa's died in the war. All Veterans should be honored for thier bravery, and sacrifices! They knew that when they left they might not come back. But they toook that risk anyway! What defines a Veteran? It's a person who risked it all and put thier life on the line for us!
What a wonderful good idea! I'd like to thank not only the veterans and soilders but also their unselfish families that share these brave women and men with us for months or years at a time. They are also the heros at home, holding down the home and the sacrifices they make. THANK YOU!
I can not immagine how hard that must be... My husband sometimes works nights and an occational overnight trip travel for his work and my kids and I fill the time playing webkinz together... I don't know where you get the strengh from to go on while worried about your loved ones overseas but thank God you do. My thanks and prayers are as much with you and you family as it is with our troops. THANK YOU! I concider you and your family a hero as well!
I am deeply thankful to be an American, with the rights and freedoms that we all enjoy but often take for granted. I am doubly thankful for all those men and women who fought to protect those rights and freedoms for me and for every other American. God bless you all and keep you safe on Veterans Day and every other day!
Veterns' Day is very near to my family's hearts since my husband has been serving in the US Navy for the past 12 years and spent 7 months in Iraq. We not only appreciate all he does for our country but all that every solider has done...past, present and future.
My grandfather served in the Royal Australian Army during World War II. My father served in the United States Army during Vietnam. I'd like to say thanks, not only to our troops stationed all over the world, but to the men and women of our allied countries who also serve their homelands. To those serving currently serving overseas, be safe and come home soon.
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