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    All Present and Accounted For

    #3 returned from the stan this past weekend.


    It's one thing when "you" do it. It's another thing when it's one of your offspring.


    Brothers, sisters, mom & dad, nephews and nices met him at the airport when he came home.




    Now he has to learn how to drive again. Frosty Lane kicked his ass.
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    Congrats!
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    The feeling of having you child in harms way is a two edged sword. Being proud he is serving our country and then having him in harms way is a worry beyond words. So glad he is back home for a while, and happy for his family.
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    Welcome home, brother!!! As a man who was unable to serve his country, it is hard to describe the appreciation I feel for our Veterans. You are our nation's finest. THANK YOU FOR MY FREEDOM!!!

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    Glad to hear your son is back home safe & sound, we all appreciate his service! Lucky his "slip up" was in your lane and not a downtown street....it looks like no damage to the truck or snowbanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miaugi View Post
    Glad to hear your son is back home safe & sound, we all appreciate his service! Lucky his "slip up" was in your lane and not a downtown street....it looks like no damage to the truck or snowbanks!
    My wife ratted me out about the dent I put in the tailgate of his truck while he was gone. Apparently, I left the tailgate down while backing up to hook up a trailer and the tailgate hit the jack. Oops. Guess I did have time to have it repaired or replaced and didn't get it done. I was gonna have to tell him sooner or later (sooner) so I can't really blame my wife for ratting me out. He'd notice the dent I'm sure...right?
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    Congrats on the reunion. Is he back for good or just a break from action?
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    Welcome Home, Sir!
    Thanks, Appreciation...Respect.

    (Sorry about the 'left handed' salute, it's the only one I could find!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain yawp View Post
    Congrats on the reunion. Is he back for good or just a break from action?
    He's back for good unless they get called up again but I wouldn't think he or his unit would be called up anytime soon.
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