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tweber
05-28-2011, 05:41 PM
Thank you, Ray L., JerryV, and all other Vets for your service protecting our freedom in time of war and in time of peace. God Bless You All.

pegmikef
05-28-2011, 06:02 PM
I certainly second that! Mike Finnegan, USA Retired

PhotoPete
05-28-2011, 07:10 PM
Amen to that!

Nabo
05-28-2011, 08:15 PM
Amen!!! Thanks to all the men and women in our armed services.

jmgratz
05-28-2011, 09:39 PM
Thanks to all past present and future.
JM Gratz US Army 1966-1970

plumberdude
05-28-2011, 10:07 PM
Thanks to everyone who has serviced our COUNTRY!
Pat and Lori

ParkIt
05-29-2011, 05:43 AM
Memorial Day isn't about big sales or travel to me and never has been.

Our family has a long lineage of Fathers, Brothers, Uncles and even my Aunt serving in every battle overseas to this day. We have our "4th of July" so to speak on this weekend, just our family after a dawn memorial service at the resting place of our family who had served and passed on. This weekend was phone calls as my 83 yr old Father who served in Korea and Vietnam has a bad cold and didn't feel up to visits or sharing his cold but we all called - and had to wait for the busy signal to stop. We are hoping he feels better on Monday and will have our Veterans Day then.

As I type this my husband is not here - he is overseas and has been since August 28, 2008. He has been home 5 times for short stays and we aren't sure if he will be there until this fall or January next year.
He's a veteran of the Gulf War, Afghanistan, Iraq & Afghanistan (again) and we both agreed that the opportunity to work with top brass to find out how to help stabilize the worst regions is worth the separation though it has been difficult on both of us at times. Its just something you do if you can.

The good news is he will have his 25 yrs in Oct 2013 and will not deploy again after this stint - its why we bought our 5er, we NEED time to be in close proximity and travel like we said we would. He's only seen pictures of the new 5er but we were looking at them before he left in 2008 so he's very happy I found the one we both liked.

To every Soldier and every Wife that has held ground during war time - I can't thank you enough.
You protected my Great-Granfathers, Grandfathers, Father, Aunt, Brothers & Husband and helped get them home alive.

God rest the souls of those who gave their life for this country and brothers in arms.

truknutt
05-29-2011, 06:11 AM
We salute those who currently wear, and those who have worn the uniform. It's an honor to have served.

Dave (21 yrs) & Nona (20 yrs) - US Army Retired

Ray LeTourneau
05-29-2011, 06:23 AM
Thank Tom. We all, past & present, appreciate the sentiment.

To those who have served and are serving now, Thank You. Be safe and God Bless...

jpdoggett
05-29-2011, 07:38 AM
Thank you for your thanks and I want to THANK all the other VET'S and the ones that are serving, and MAY GOD WATCH OVER THEM ALL

Three tours in Viet Nam US Navy Sea Bees Da Nang 65, Chu Lia 66, and Hue Phu Bia 67-68

Hastey
05-29-2011, 02:28 PM
Thanks! R. Hastey 23 proud years U.S. Army. Retired April 2009.

dieselsweetheart
05-30-2011, 06:15 PM
Remembering our fallen heroes and those who have protected our shores... THANK YOU!!!

Geo
05-30-2011, 09:44 PM
I need to also say THANK YOU to all the Vets & there family for serving so we all can have our freedom,
GOD Bless all the families that is serving now & in that past.
Thank you
George