Veterans Day

To thank a vet, it’s as simple as this

Many different Americans, many different kinds of Americans, served in the different military services for many different reasons in many different ways with many different effects; but they all raised their right hands and swore the same oaths to defend the one thing that all individual, different Americans have in common.

Yeah, I think a silent “Thanks” would be appropriate, today.

3 Comments!

  1. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted November 11, 2017 at 10:09 am |

    Amen, Doug – and a big thanks to you and others who were the professionals, serving many long years.

    Remembering my ancestors who served –
    Col. Joseph Foster – Indian Wars
    Pvt. Robert Brumfield – American Revolutionary War
    Col. Moses LeCompte – American Revolutionary War
    Capt. John McClelland – American Revolutionary War
    Pvt. William Mitchell – American Revolutionary War
    Pvt. Giles Nance – American Revolutionary War
    Pvt. David Prewitt- American Revolutionary War
    Pvt. Peter Sprinkle – American Revolutionary War
    Col. Lewis Webb – American Revolutionary War
    Capt. Lewis Webb Jr. – American Revolutionary War
    Maj. Archibald Bilbo – War of 1812
    Cdr. William A. Webb – Mexican War, American Civil War (CSN)
    Pvt Warren D. Webb WW1
    Bugler Howard I. Carroll WW1
    Lt. Harold P. Resh WW2
    Pfc. Henry D. Webb WW2

  2. Merle
    Posted November 11, 2017 at 10:47 am |

    I said mine precisely at 11-11.

    Merle

  3. Posted November 11, 2017 at 11:12 am |

    There simply cannot be an adequate way to say thank you on this day.

    I decided to re-post my “To a Vietnam Vet…I’ve Never Met” from 2011 if anyone wishes to have a look.

    https://holgerawakens.blogspot.com/2017/11/to-vietnam-vetive-never-met.html