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Veterans Day/remembrance Day Rollcall

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thanks for your service.

6yrs usn navy submarine service

3yrs underwater salvage mm1/ss/dv/dsp

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Active duty Army 1983-91

Army National Guard 2008- present

Proud to be a Warrant Officer...

More proud of my youngest, who is at Army basic training right now at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO.

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I'm just a USAF brat (my father served 37+ years), so I thank you all for your dedication and service!

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Yes, thanks to all that served especially those who are no longer with us. 

Bob

Infantry Captain US Army 1966-1971. Advisor to Vietnamese Highland Scout companies giving guided tours of the wonderful landscape of Kontum, Ben Het, Dak To, and Plei Me.

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Medical Service Captain, 3d Infantry Division, US Army Europe, 1969 - 1972.

Let us never forget the sacrifice of so many young men and women who died serving our country.

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thanks to all who have answered the call, either on the front lines or enabling those who are.   i am impressed daily by the quality of the people i meet across all the Services.

 

USCG active duty 1977-present

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4 years as a SWOboy shipdriver out of San Diego.

16 years as a Navy Seabee on the west coast.

 

Cheers,

 

Carl

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Thank all of you and our boys and girls everywhere all over the world for your service.

 

Sincerely.

 

11/11/forever..

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30 years active duty, enlisted 1972, paratrooper 101st Abn, 56th FA Bde (Pershing). Commissioned 1980 as an Armor officer attended Flight School 1981 spent the next 26 years flying AH-1F Cobra, UH-1H Huey, CH-47D Chinook, Westland Lynx, and Aerospatiale Gazelle.  Retired in 2004.

Earl

LTC USA (Ret)

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On this Veteran's Day, a big thanks to all who have served this country, and to those who are presently.

 

I trust you don't mind if I take a moment to remember my Grandfather - "Joe Cool" - who piloted a B25 in the Pacific region in WWII (shown here visiting a restored bomber some years ago). It was his interest in BMW's which, many years later, got me into my first 2002. -KB

 

 

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