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I would like to thank the veteran's that died in war, and are in war right now. That retired from the Corps, that are wounded right now. Even if many people don't understand the war, it's only because they wanted freedom. So, I'd like to thank you.
I want to thank all the men and women who have given so much to make our country a great place to be proud of. My son was in the service for eleven years. Altho he is young, he served his time in Special Operations and was wounded several times. But he did come back to us and I am very thankful for that. War is tough on every one and for all the people who have given their lives in wars past and present as well as their time and commitment, I salute you all.
I want to say thank you to all who have protected us from terrorists and threats, helped us in times of trouble, rescued us during disasters, and comforted those of us who could not do these things themselves. I will keep you in both my memories and prayers.
I just want to thank all veterans new and past, young and old. Thank you so much for being brave and bold! You've helped keep us safe in past and present, your bravery and service is such a God send! You are all awesome without a doubt, and all veterans deserve the highest clout.
I appreciate and thank you from the bottom of my heart!
I was there when my son arrived home from Iraq and will never forget those men marching to meet their families after 6 mo. away. Pride and relief we're such shared emotions. You never forget the feelings in your heart when your loved one enters service to this country. You certainly feel as if every one of them is your own. I was told by WWII wives that I'd never lose this feeling for these soldiers. So thank you, all our servicemen and women. You are in my heart forever.
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