This is so true 2 days after I had read this one of my old army mates who I served with in Germany came to my front door it had been over 47 years since we had last seen each other, but after only two minutes it could have been only yesterday, if you know where any of your old Army mates are get in touch the fellowship is still there and maybe together we came get this world back to what it was and should be.
Proud to have served my country! I also agree my blank check was written to the people of this country!!
very nice statment & true to all my vet.freinds,& too all veteras home & abroad hoping only the best things are in your life forever, GOD BLESS & PROTECT EVERY VETERAN &THEIR FAMILYS FOREVER! I was proud to have served my country, i served in viet nam!
I thank God for my comrades of all the services. God bless us all!
our recognise forever and God protect to you and your family!
A BIG 10/4 ON THAT ONE BROTHER.
I am a wife to a Guard Veteran, and I have seen this first hand. This is so true and written beautifully. Thank you to all those who have served and their families.
I was proud to serve in Vietnam (1970) and would do it again if asked. Words above are very true.I want to wish all veterans and all service men and women serving, retired, disabled and to all a very Happy Valentines Day. Thank you for my freedom.
173rd Airborne Brigade.
LZ Uplift, Vietnam.
I have had a Uncle in Vietnam and one who was a POW Korea.My heart and prayers go out to all those service men and women who have given so much. I want to thank them for the wonderful freedom we have.So many times they have came home to a lfe of turmoil. I want to thank them that we can wake up to a place there is no bombs going off, And we are safe from so much that goes on this crazy world. Thank you Richard and all men and women who given me that freedom I have.
Every word of this is true.