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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Registered: 13 May 2011
As Book Four of Father Serra's Legacy is off to the publisher, it's time to take a break and get my mind on something else.
It's Memorial Day Weekend and I thought of how it was for me in 1961 to come home from a 34 month enlistment, 24 months of them served overseas. Read my blog post @ http://lvcabbie.blogspot.com
Compared to what our brothers and sisters face today, I had it easy. There were lots of job available. Sadly, men and women who have laid their lives on the line for us find their futures dreary and unpromising.
I hope all of us will have them in our hearts.
God Bless you for your service.
|"Retired SFC, USArmy"|
Registered: 20 May 2005
BUMP Good post
“Fathom the hypocrisy of a Government
that requires every citizen to prove
they are insured……but not everyone
must prove they are a citizen.”
Registered: 24 July 2008
I'M FINE,THE REST OF YOU NEED COUNSELING
Location: Los Angeles
Registered: 27 October 2012
yes when our father was in army,we all of us was enjoying as we get chance to visit various new places,but after his death,our life got totally changed as we all were totally dependent on him.This message has been edited. Last edited by: TOW Gunner,
Vietnam Vet Still Kicking
Location: Washtenaw County, Michigan
Registered: 21 January 2005
Since you are unfamiliar with English -- which country?
If it weren't for the United States Military,
There'd be NO United States of America!
Steven Ellison, MD
A MILITARY DOCTOR
Only two defining forces have ever offered to
die for you:
1. Jesus Christ
2. The American G. I.
One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.
Registered: 28 February 2013
american 500h years great change,,,
and euro 3000 years makes himself and asian
has BIG change ,human bei
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