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No load to heavy to carry for our men and women in uniform. US army troops in Afghanistan

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militaryheroes: An Iraqi boy rests on the arm of U. James Reinhard outside an Iraqi police department in Baghdad, Iraq. DoD photo by Petty Officer Class Bart A. Bauer, U.

We should NEVER take anything for granted.  We need to stop complaining about what we need to do, because I can tell you this much, Military life is a hundred times harder than civilian life.  God bless!!!

WHEN A SOLDIER COMES HOME

remember what they've been through. While we sit here and argue about the simple things our soldiers are being asked to walk though Hell with a smile. God bless our troops past and present.

Bless our Heroes, i pray for their families. and most of all, Dear Lord, bring them home safely!

Lance Cprl Kyle Watson of the Royal Army Medical Corps , who stands 5'1" in her Army boots is 1 of 4 woman in history to receive Military Cross for bravery as a Medic in time of war!

Lance Corporal Kylie Watson, 23 - who stands just tall in her Army-issue boots - is one of only four women in history to bear the…

SEAL Of Honor shared............ Let it be known that he who wears the Military Order of the Purple Heart has given of his blood in the defense of his homeland and shall forever be revered by his fellow countrymen.

SEAL Of Honor shared. Let it be known that he who wears the Military Order of the Purple Heart has given of his blood in the defense of his homeland and shall forever be revered by his fellow countrymen.

Major Keith A Butler was laid to rest in Arlington national cemetery after being KIA in Afghanistan 5 May 2014. Butler served 37 years in the Army and Marine Corps, and had 44 deployments under his belt. This man was a giant among men. He was one. Rest easy Doc

Major Keith A Butler was laid to rest in Arlington national cemetery after being KIA in Afghanistan 5 May Butler served 37 years in the Army and Marine Corps, and had 44 deployments under his belt. This man was a giant among men.

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They always get a picture of the girlfriend or wife of the soldier, instead of a family member. I love this picture. It shows how much a father is proud of his son and it truly melts my heart.

{   MERLIN'S MIRACLES CHARITY   }  About:  Sergeant Merlin German (USMC) was born in Manhattan, New York on Nov. 15, 1985. He enlisted in the Marine Corps 08 September 2003 and received a meritorious promotion to Private First Class out of boot camp. In April 2004, Sergeant German transferred to his first permanent duty station, 5th Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division where he served as a Field Artillery Cannoneer.  http://merlinsmiracles.com/content/about

“Before I went into the military I knew everyone, and everyone knew me. no one wants to look at me.

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