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You may
have served in Combat or in non-combat. You may have retired out or you may have served for a
short time.
You may have been a draftee or a volunteer.
You may have
served in the Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard or the Merchant
Marines,

BUT YOU SERVED. YOU DID YOUR JOB HONORABLY and for that I am
PROUD to call you Brother.

You may have served during Korea, WWII,.
Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Iraq or Afghanistan, But you served, you did not run.
You
have a DD 214 with those words "HONORABLY DISCHARGED" two of the most noble
words in the world. Again I am proud
to know each and every one of you.


To the cool men that have touched my life: Here's
to you!! I was never a hero, but I am thankful and proud to have served among
them.

A real Brother walks with you when the rest of the world walks on
you.
 

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Thanks, Sarge.
My Army outfit in Vietnam was OPCON'ed to the 3rd Marine Division.

US Army, 1967-1970.
 

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To those who served, thank you from this one who wanted but did not get the chance to. Something that cannot be said often enough...

Semper Fi, Sarge!
 

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ExSarge,

VERY NICE
and
"WELCOME HOME, brother-in-arms".

yours, sw
'USA Military Police, Retired
 

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Thanks for the appreciation. I thought it was good. Always like it when walking
anywhere with my Globe and Anchor showing and people come up and say "Thanks" or "Semper Fi" to me.
 
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