A Nurse with a Gun

Monday, May 31, 2010

Please Don't Forget.

Gold Star



Blogger 80spodcastchannel said...

Never will I forget their sacrifice, and never can we assume that the military will always be the victims of ignorance and bad leadership. to not help them and raise them up as heros all,is the lowest of evil men's actions that they can do for their former saviors of harsh fate and cruel happenstance,thus made worse by their neglect on the one day we thank them,when we should on EVERY day.

1:54 AM  
Anonymous Grounghog said...

Remembering our fallen with you.

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, and thanks for reminding everyone. I'm a U.S. Army veteran of the late 70s. The only danger I ever faced was dodging an empty beer bottle. Even though I'm proud of my military service, it doesn't compare to what men and women today endure. Here in academia it just isn't fashionable to be patriotic but I look up to anyone who serves today, facing real danger.

Mike S.

8:25 PM  
Blogger stbaguley said...

Thank YOU for your service.

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Xav: I am 72. I remember my dad and his WWII buddies telling tall tales out of hearing of the women and us kids. Tales that made the men cry. I hid in the bushes and listened. I'll never forget.

These were good men. Those that came home, and those who found Home in battle.

Thank you for your service, sir.

WV/ refail. What happens when we forget history.

Best wishes,

11:55 PM  
Blogger Chuck said...

Thank you veterans for your service, and your families sacrifices. Damn fine picture there. US Army 76 - 79

8:15 PM  

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