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First, a Thank You to all veterans who have served in the past and are currently serving.

This photo portrays my feelings better than a thousand words could. Please take the time to also consider and thank their families. I've known a lot of them and as far as I'm concerned, they're vets, also.

 

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First, a Thank You to all veterans who have served in the past and are currently serving.

This photo portrays my feelings better than a thousand words could. Please take the time to also consider and thank their families. I've known a lot of them and as far as I'm concerned, they're vets, also.

Well said. I will just say that I concur and thank you for putting it so well. Thanks to those who serve.
 

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First, a Thank You to all veterans who have served in the past and are currently serving.

This photo portrays my feelings better than a thousand words could. Please take the time to also consider and thank their families. I've known a lot of them and as far as I'm concerned, they're vets, also.

A very powerful picture...

To all those who have served - or are currently serving - in any of the various branches of the United States' Military: THANK YOU.
 

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I agree whole heartily. Our freedom has come at a tremendous cost for which I am forever grateful.

Lately I've become very disgusted with our governments in how returning vet's are treated and not given the support they need to go on living.
 

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Wishing all my fellow vets and their families a safe and happy holiday.

And while on a related subject, happy birthday to all those devil dogs out there and to the ones who have gone before us. This squid salutes you.
 
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