To American Veterans…
You Honor Us and Our Country
Today we Commemorate
Our Honor of You, Our Heros
Thank You God,
For these Brave Men and Women
In remembrance… I shed tears of love and devotion to them all including the slain warriors gunned down by the enemy at Fort Hood, Texas.
And… to my Dad, a veteran of three foreign wars, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, I Salute and Miss you Dad… may you rest in peace as the American Hero that you are.
Another of our fellow Veterans who is a member of this blog, ArleneArmy.
Thank your for your service during Vietnam War, Arlene, and your service since. I salute and honor you dear…
I am proud to call you friend. ArleneArmy’s blog can be located at: http://arlenearmy.wordpress.com
As I recall, WarrantOneGirl/Liberty’s husband is either a veteran or is active duty, as well. Thank you WarrantOneGirl/Liberty, and to your husband also, for your service to our beloved Country. I am honored that you share your presence with us here. You will find Liberty’s/WarrantOneGirl’s blog here: http://warrantonegirl.wordpress.com/
LisainTx, a former member of the blog, is the daughter of a WWII Veteran, married to a Veteran, and is the Mother of an active duty warrior presently serving in Iraq, all of who’s service to our beloved country is honored and for which I and millions of others are grateful. Thank You, Sirs, for your service to our country.
These are photographs taken of Lisa’s Husband, Joe, her Son, and her Father while in the service of our beloved country:
Another of the members here, Tellitlikeitis, has a World War II veteran relative, his father. Tellitlikeit is an honored member here and continues to work tirelessly to preserve and protect our beloved country. Thank you to your Father for his service to our country and for your continuing patriotic service here, Tellitlikeitis.
There is likely other members here who are also Veterans or Spouses of Veterans or have family members who are veterans. I have been adding mention of each member veteran as their status comes to light and will continue to add member names as they surface.
There are other members here, though to the best of my knowledge are not veterans, are by their word and deed veterans at heart.
One such member is Foxwood, who has shown such devotion and unending determination to preserve what is best and most precious to us all… our beloved America.
Each member here is treasured and honored Patriots doing, within their power, everything they can to protect and preserve our beloved country. Thank each and every one of you, sirs and ma’ams, for your dedication and love of our country. I am honored by your presence and service.
I have added the following in recognition of a Marine Veteran visitor to this blogpost Veterans Day Remembrance who served at Dong Ha, 1968.
for you dong_ha68:
A Picture of one of the B-17s, Ole Blood n Guts, in which my Father flew in World War Two. Sadly, this proud B-17 Stratofortress did not survive the war and being severely battle damaged, crash landed on Dec 24, 1944, never to fly again. Though not confirmed, My Dad is believed to be in the back row, on the viewer’s right:
From one of our beloved Veterans who is a member of this Blog… Samiam60! Thank you for your service, Sir! I Salute and Honor You.
Saminam60 said last Veteran’s Day:
Thank you VF so very much. I have a video I would like to dedicate to all my friends I had to leave behind. God Bless them all.
Some information about Bob Mack:
Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
I was in Germany, volunteered for Nam in spring of ’67, got there in early July, & stayed until Oct. 68. Assigned to 1st Signal Brigade, spent all my time in II Corps area, mostly in Long Van, Nha Trang, and Binh Tan. Furthest north I ventured was Pleiku, furthest south was Cam Ranh. Don’t have any pics from those days ‘cept what’s on my blog bio page, they were all destroyed in a flood in the ’70s. My salutes to everyone here who’s doing their best to restore our Republic.
AFVET is a frequent commenter here, served during the Vietnam War Era. AFVET, your service to our country is honored and respected as is the service of your World War II Father who worked in communications in the jungles of Burma. Thank you, sir.
More information about AFVET:
I served in the Nam Era, but was never in country.
From 1969 to 1973 I was stationed Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines.
My Father was a radio operator during WWII and stationed in Burma, in the jungle, where he contracted malaria that plagued him off and on for the rest of his life.
My Avatar is a result of his stories of P-40s flying overhead to keep the Chinese off of them. They loved to see the aircraft, our aircraft in the sky above.
God Bless America, and all my fellow Patriots out there fighting for the Liberties We Have Earned !
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