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    Thanks to all that have served or are still serving. Without you; this would be a completely different world.

    I wish to give a special Thanks, and Welcome Home to all my brothers who have served in Frontline, Combat positions; whether on land, in the air, or on the water.

    Let us know who you are, and maybe a little about your part in keeping this world relatively civilized. What you did matters, and deserves to be Honored.

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    In memory of my Brother and Father:

    Kenneth L. Degel Cpl

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    USMC Vietnam



    Robert H. Degel Msgt

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    Veteran's Day is a pretty big deal in our outfit. Counting my father 4 generations of service are now in attendence.



    Today was a biggie. My father's service was somewhat rare in that he was one of the last mounted cavalry in this country. Today we finally presented him with correct replacements of his sabre, medals, ribbons, saddle and acoutrements which were destroyed in a house fire nearly 60 years ago.



    "Thank you" to all who have served.







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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    Veteran's Day is a pretty big deal in our outfit. Counting my father 4 generations of service are now in attendence.



    Today was a biggie. My father's service was somewhat rare in that he was one of the last mounted cavalry in this country. Today we finally presented him with correct replacements of his sabre, medals, ribbons, saddle and acoutrements which were destroyed in a house fire nearly 60 years ago.



    "Thank you" to all who have served.



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    I did not serve but I want to say THANK YOU to those of you that have served, or are serving. Thank you for the sacrifices you have made.

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    A Big Thank You Kwizard for Posting this.



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    I would like to add my thanks for those who've served, or are currently serving in our nation's armed forces. Thanks doesn't seem like much considering the sacrifices made in our behalf, but I hope you will take it in the spirit it's intended. If you haven't seen it already, check out this awesome story about Billie D. Harris.
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    Yes; I had seen that story. The people of Normandy honor our Veterans more than we do.

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    In light of honoring our veterans,there is a wonderful website detailing both the wartime and post-wartime experiences of Robert F. Gallagher. This is now the work of his son,and involves 400 pages and almost 250 photographs. It is a highly detailed account of just one man,but,no doubt parallels some similar experiences of other servicemen(and women) of that period in history. World War II Story -* Third Army - Europe - by Robert F. Gallagher

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    And I would like to add that this guy, and all like him are tools and a disgrace. Whoever you are you offend me mister, you offend me plenty. My maternal grandfather was CEF, serving in both WWI and WWII. You wanker.

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