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I wish to thank all who have served this country and paid the biggest price for my freedom and who continue to do what is right by our country. May god bless the veterans who have served and are finally being recognized for the sacifice for all of us. Lets not forget the dead war heros who saved the country in the darkest days and special thanks to the WW II veterans and who are gone now and I hope the new WW II memorial is a fitting place in Washington D.C.
 

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:ditto: I couldn't have said it any better i hope yall all have a great weekend and enjoy it to the fullest. God Bless all of yall that have and are keeping this country free.:thumbsup: :usaflag: :usaflag: :clap: :clap:
 

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Originally posted by Michael
I wish to thank all who have served this country and paid the biggest price for my freedom and who continue to do what is right by our country. May god bless the veterans who have served and are finally being recognized for the sacifice for all of us. Lets not forget the dead war heros who saved the country in the darkest days and special thanks to the WW II veterans and who are gone now and I hope the new WW II memorial is a fitting place in Washington D.C.
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Amen brother!
 

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Amen brother!

:ditto: :ditto:

I am a veteran and fortunately didn't see any action. Our (USAF) base I was stationed at in England was involved in the little Libya raid in 1986, but I was just an airplane radio repair guy.

A big thanks to those who DID see action in any of our wars and fought to preserve our freedoms so that we can do things like travel about the country freely and show our tractors to other folks.

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Originally posted by Michael
I wish to thank all who have served this country and paid the biggest price for my freedom and who continue to do what is right by our country. May god bless the veterans who have served and are finally being recognized for the sacifice for all of us. Lets not forget the dead war heros who saved the country in the darkest days and special thanks to the WW II veterans and who are gone now and I hope the new WW II memorial is a fitting place in Washington D.C.
Here! Here! Well said!
 

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Thank You all, I am a veteran who served 11 years active and 11 years in the reserve. I was activated for the 1st Desert war as a the lead dispatcher for repair crews in Saudi Arabia. I still think the ground pounders are the most valuable asset that this country has.
 

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I spent 11 months in the Gulf in the first Desert Storm myself. I flew MEDEVAC with the 421st Medical Air Ambulance Company.
 

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I was at the Air Base outside the capital of Saudi repairing A-10 tank busters
 

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Veterans, Family, and Friends.....

Thankyou!

Mark
 
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