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Old 11-01-2013, 01:40 PM   #15
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R2... I second that... would do it again. Amen to the good times and bad...Hail to having an attitude and body that made you feel like a marvel comic book hero and to the few you stood next to on deployment. Even the gourmet menu in a brown impervious bag.

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Old 11-03-2013, 05:26 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by tiredvet View Post
Amen brother. I remember ditching my uniform after being discharged in an airport restroom stall in an attempt to try to avoid unpleasant eye contacts. 58,181 souls NOT LOST but forever remembered by family and comrades. Every Vet needs to hold their head high for there are so many that had not served that have no idea what those that have had to live thru and endure. I truly thank you all for your service.

I'm not a vet, my number was a bit to late to get called up, but I would have gladly served. I am truly grateful for each and every soldier that went over and fought, and each time I get a chance to tell a Viet Nam Vet thank you I do so. Thank you all for enduring something that most that didnt go, and all of the ones who criticize, didnt have the courage to do.

Cheers !!!

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Old 11-04-2013, 01:23 PM   #17
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Here at the Raleigh, NC airport there is a group of USO volunteers that are present for every deceseased service member that comes through the airport. In addition to the USO volunteers, there is also an honor guard that will transfer the flag draped casket on to or off of the aircraft. Every airline at the RDU airport has supported the USO Honors Support Team in their mission to honor our fallen heros.The airline in the photo appears to be Delta, which has organized their own team at the Atlanta airport.

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