Thursday, November 11, 2010


Happy veterans day to all past and present troops never forgotten... A special happy veterans day to all our 1-27 and 25th ID.. Hooah "Nec Aspera Terrent"

‎"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter
words, but to live by them." -John F. Kennedy

A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom, All gave some, some gave all.

~ deployment: 2007-2009 ~

She packs. She moves. She follows. You may think she has lost her mind. But actually, she's lost her heart. It was stolen from her by a man. A man who puts duty first, who salutes the flag, and whose boots in the doorway remind her...that it takes one hell of a person to do what he does & she will forever stand by his side. Love my Soldier♥ Happy Veteran's Day to our nation's military-past & present.

Happy Veteran's Day to MY SOLDIER GABE!!!!! & to all those who have & are serving our country!!!!! I love you baby & could never be more proud of the man I married!!!!!!!!!!!
We stand on this land with freedom fought for us and yet many don't take the time to THANK the ones who fought for it. Take today to thank a Soldier for what they have done for all of us back in the good old US of A.

~ deployment: 2010-2011 ~

It breaks my heart to be away from the love of my life on days so important like today. Then I look back at what he is doing and he is fighting for freedom in the world. For me for him and for our families and everyone else to be able to sit at home with our windows open and door's unlocked and not a care in the world. Some people don't think twice about things and were it came from or how this world got to were it is today. BUT WHEN YOU DO, its all because of United States Military so thank a SERVICE MEMBER. We may live in the land of freedom BUT Freedom was NOT nor will it ever be free.

Over 43,000,000 have served in uniform during war time of those an estimated 1,194,000 + men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect and defend the concept of freedom granted to you in the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. Take a minute and thank not only the ones who gave their life for this concept but also the ones that did and are currently serving to protect these ideas.

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