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THANK YOU VETERANS
#1
I know this is a little early but wanted to do it while I had the chance. Thank you to all veterans all across this great nation. In the words from Charlie Daniel "Well the eagles been flying slow, and the flag's been flying low, and a lotta people say that America's fixing to fall. But
speaking just for me, and some people from Tennessee,we got a thing or two to tell ya all.This lady may have stumbled, but she
ain't ever fell. And if our Russians don't believe that, they can all go straight to hell.We're gonna put her feet back on
righteousness and then, God bless America again." with that said we all can do what we love because of all the sons, daughters, moms, and dad that have fought for that right. So please if you know a veteran tell them thank you, if you don't believe in a strong military take this one day to keep your opinions to yourself and let us enjoy our day. Just remember the reason you are able to have your opinions is a veteran. If you have a son or daughter in the military hold them up proudly. Sorry for rambling but not many holidays I'm passionate about.

THANK YOU again
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#2
Thank you for the message.

I was proud to serve my country. At the time it was just the cold war, but if the call came, we were all ready to pay the price for freedom.

SP4 - 275th Engineering Company
1979-1982
1973 Mach 1 - Medium Bright Yellow - (in restoration mode)
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#3
Happy Veterans Day to all of our Nation's Defenders of Freedom! Without the sacrifices of so many through out the years, this may have been an entirely different place to live. I, for one, am very grateful for everyone of our troops...past, present and future! Thank you!

If you can read this, thank a teacher. If you can read this in English, thank a US Veteran! Happy Veterans Day!

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#4
[/b][b]Let me add a note of gratitude to all my military brothers...Welcome Home! hope all is well enjoy your day!


CPT (SP6) former enlisted A Billy Ayler
RVN 1968-1971 BSM W "V", ARCOM.
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#5
Happy Veterans day. And a job well done.
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#6
Timely comments!!

...and to all my brothers and sisters in arms, THANKS for your service.

USAF, Chief Master Sergeant (Retired)
1965 - 1995

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#7
Thank You for your service.
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#8
God, I love this forum and you guys. I leave for a couple days, and the first post I read makes me wipe my eyes. Sheesh!

I, too, want to thank all of my fellow comrades who served our country. And a special prayer for Nance's family and everyone else who still have loved ones in harms way. May they return home soon and safely. Have a great day, everyone, whether a veteran or not.

It seems timely to share this story. I had to fly on the trip I just returned from, and as I often do, I approached a group of servicemen and women in uniform and simply thanked them for their service to our country. Usually, the response is a simple "thank you", but this time, the reply was, "We couldn't do it without people like you." Man, did walk a bit taller and prouder the rest of the trip. I am so thankful for the way that our troops and veterans are treated compared to years past.

Doc

HM2, USN (1977 - 1984); USNR (1986 - 1992) (Medic)
Doc

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(11-11-2010, 10:23 AM)73vertproject Wrote: God, I love this forum and you guys. I leave for a couple days, and the first post I read makes me wipe my eyes. Sheesh!

I, too, want to thank all of my fellow comrades who served our country. And a special prayer for Nance's family and everyone else who still have loved ones in harms way. May they return home soon and safely. Have a great day, everyone, whether a veteran or not.

It seems timely to share this story. I had to fly on the trip I just returned from, and as I often do, I approached a group of servicemen and women in uniform and simply thanked them for their service to our country. Usually, the response is a simple "thank you", but this time, the reply was, "We couldn't do it without people like you." Man, did walk a bit taller and prouder the rest of the trip. I am so thankful for the way that our troops and veterans are treated compared to years past.

Doc

HM2, USN (1977 - 1984); USNR (1986 - 1992) (Medic)

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#10
Many thanks to all my friends here who have served or are serving this GREAT nation.
Jeff T.

Low buck, touring style, '73 Convertible "rolling restoration", 351c, 2v heads with a shave and a haircut, Performer intake, Holley 650(ish), roller rockers, screw in studs, guideplates, stainless valves, Duraspark / Motorsports MSD, T-5 conversion. 1-1/8" front, 3/4" rear swaybars KYB shocks and some home brewed subframe connectors. Future plans; JGC steering box, Cobra brakes and... paint, interior, etc.

When I die I want to die like grandpa, peacefully in my sleep... not screaming, like his passenger.

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