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On this USA Memorial Day Weekend, remember all those brave men and women around the world who fought for our freedoms.

Once a soldier, Always a soldier. God bless our troops. Thank a soldier, whether a veteran or active service member, because we have them to thank for all that we are and have. For keeping this country safe and free.

.What about arresting all the Government officials that have stolen $$$, lied, defrauded America, caused people to loose jobs, homes, healthcare, retirement savings; caused men to die while serving our country...yet no one has been arrested???

If you can get arrested for hunting and fishing without a license, but not for entering this country illegally, you might live in a country run by idiots. Amen to that

What can you possible say to a father who lost his child? He gave his life for God, Family, Country, and all our freedoms.

Take a moment and remember their sacrifice for the precious freedoms we hold so dear. Pray for the families and friends that are left to deal with the never- ending grief of losing their loved ones.

thank you each and everyone of you for placing your life on the line to save our country

Memorial Day, July - Red, White, Blue - blessed to live in America & thankful for those that have fought for our freedom.

Freedom has a price, a high price that's paid by Our Veterans. Thank You to all who served..

I never miss the chance to tell a soldier, man or woman how much I thank them for the sacrifice's they have made for me and for America. If you see them in your town please walk right up to them and let them know that they are in your p

Bald Eagle Lands on Grave at US Military Cemetery

HONOR GUARD A bald eagle was recently photographed atop a soldier’s gravestone at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis, MN. (Photo: Frank Glick via the Star-Tribune)

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Dakota Meyer, first living Marine since the Vietnam War recipient of the Medal of Honor. He rescued 36 Marines, soldiers, and Afghan soldiers during six hours of combat.

Class act~

How To Thank A Soldier, By George W. Bush

This is a photo of George Bush our former president running with a wounded soldier thanking him for his service for our country. I think that people should do this more often because it shows a lot of respect.

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