I run a bar and restaurant at a hotel that sees so many of these men and women coming home from and going to Iraq and Afganistan. We always insure these young men and women are welcomed home in a friendly and hospitable way.
By all means please say thanks and welcome home when you see them. I know it makes them feel good about what they do.
As the father of 2 US Navy Sailors I understand first hand what they go thru. I to wish to thank each and every person how has or is serving to protect our freedom. God Bless all our troops and God speed getting them home safe.
There are heroes who walk among us
never looking for glory or praise
They don't seek recognition
for their thoughtful, caring ways.
Living lives of deep commitment
providing for those they hold dear
Steadfast with a quiet strength
through times of laughter and tears.
You are a person like that to me
the most selfless man by far.
I'd like to thank you
for being the HERO that you are.
I am a disabled veteran. I served from 1989-1995. I am so disappointed at the way our veterans are treated by society after they have served. The VA takes their time seeing veterans. There are so many coming back from Iraq with PTSD and other injuries. They need to have more DR's available for the veterans. They have put their lives on the line for our freedom. We should have jobs available for them when they return from Iraq. Less than 10% of returning Veterans have jobs waiting for them when they return from fighting for our freedom. The other 90% scrounge a meager life together when they return. It makes me sick to my stomach that Veterans can't get the help they need upon reentering society. Thank you so much for fighting for our freedom. Freedom is not free.
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