If you don't give your Fallen Troops PROPER RESPECT - then I believe you are no better than the enemy they were protecting you from.
My brother is a Marine has been for thirty years and he is my hero. My step dad is baried in a vetrans cemetary and I feel pride when I visit and sadness for all the loss. They have my respect everyday of my life. I go out of my way to say thank you to soldiers I meet.
Thank you...Dad will thank you too someday too. I hope he forgives you as well
When I went to Israel we got the great opportunity to meet the young people in the Israeli military. I talked with one young man named Tom and he said all the youth have to go into the military. The boys for 3 years and the girls for 2. I told him my son was going in the Marines. He said "You must be very proud of him to volunteer" I of course said yes I'm very pround of my son and of the men and women who serve our country. May God bless our troops and protect them.
Roland Crosby Archer Vietnam veteran.
My husband Roland Crosby Archer was a vietnam veteran. He is deceased.
My husband was a vietnam veteran.
they fight and guard us ... they pay their lives for our freedom ....so they should be respected and celebrated them ..i respect and i support ....
I am eternally grateful to Sgt. Haro-Marin, U.S. Army, Baldwin Park, CA. He was killed in action on June 3, 2003 in Balad, Iraq. He fought bravely next to my 19 year old son who fought off the insurgents by "following Haro's lead". God Bless his family and may he rest in peace.
I'm a veteran I did my time out of pride. I'm proud to say that I'm a veteran and yes you should stand behind this cause not for me but for all that gave their all. Thanks.
This is more important than almost everything else than autism. They deserve the respect from us cause they given their all so we can do our all when we want believe it or not.