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To all Vets

Mon, Nov 11 2019 10:39 PM by DoctorLarry. 7 replies.
  • renniw52 United States
    5,385 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 6:48 AM

     Being one myself I want to extend a big thank you to you all, when we served we gave Uncle Sam a blank check to write up to and including our lives. Have a great and safe day. Best to you and yours.

    Squirrel Nutz

  • Ladychipper United States
    18,477 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 11:41 AM

    celebrate Veterans Day


    Thank you for your service and God Bless you all!

  • Dave33200 United States
    1,462 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 1:05 PM

  • drmoose United States
    3,442 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 1:30 PM

     My sincere thanks for your service Nutzy, as well as to all who have served. My best to you & yours.

    Doc :)

  • SimonTheBeetle Canada
    1,333 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 1:48 PM

    Lest We Forget.

  • YancyCan United States
    3,021 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 2:29 PM

    As a civilian who has never served in any military duties, I am humbled by the bravery of all who have served in any capacity. A sincere "Thank You" sounds like a simple gesture, but that's all a Veteran would want.     ---- THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE ----

    My family has a history of military duty & all the men in my tree have seen combat - both voluntarily & thru the draft as well. I was bornded at Fort Ord Military Hospital/Base during the Vietnam War, as my father had his # called and showed up as asked. Gramps walked into the Navy recruiters office and asked for a pen to sign up for WW2. Etc.. et. al.

    BUT - none of that makes me "military" or helps me understand what soldiers go through, both before & after seeing a tour of duty. That is why I have multiple times questioned the use of military jargon on this & other venues - when it is used to describe a sports match. War & Battle are strong words and we should use them sparingly and resectfully for those who served in our strong & proud military forces.

    Sincerely, I am Yancy

  • hpurey United States
    10,786 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 7:50 PM

    Yes, happy Veterans day to all my brother and sister Vets.


    HP  US Army 1996-2003



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  • DoctorLarry United States
    3,572 Posts
    Mon, Nov 11 2019 10:39 PM

    Thanks to all the others that served.


    As Yancy noted - let vets and active duty folks know you appreciate them when you  see/meet them.

    Captain, US Army Engineers, 1972-1980