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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Jiml3, Nov 11, 2003.

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  1. Jiml3

    Jiml3 Member

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    Today is Veterans Day and I just want to thank each and every person that has served in any of the branches during peacetime or war.
    Support the troops.
     
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    Thank you Jiml3. That's always nice to hear. I wish we could pass it onto those who died defending freedom.

    USAF: 1968-1972
     
  3. NavajoNPaleFace

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    Thank you Jim.

    Your appreciation is enough...it means a lot to us vets that someone...anyone..... remembers.

    Me, fortunately, or unfortunately depending on how one looks at it, I remember EVERY day.

    That's the way I want it whether they be good memories or bad memories.

    I will hold my head high and acknowledge I 'put it out there.'

    Thanks again, Jim.
     
  4. manwithoutahome

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    Thanks Jim,

    And my thanks go out to those before me, thank you.

    M

    Air Force: 1988 - 1998
    Gulf War 1
    Gulf War 2
     
  5. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    Thank you Vets including the forgotten sailors of the merchant marine.
     
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    The only thing a Soldier or Airman ask for is a "Thank you" once in a while to make it all worth it.

    Does for me.

    To my brothers and sisters in arms far away from the homeland, "Be safe, your in my prayers and hurry home!"
     
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