Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by weaselone, Nov 12, 2012.
To all my fellow Vets out there Happy and Blessed Veterans Day!!!!atriotic:
Every year I like to make a tribute to my dad.
Richard Allen Riley
May 16, 1928 – July 30, 1995
Private First Class
September 16, 1950 to December 29, 1950
Fort Knox, Kentucky
761st Tank Battalion
February 8, 1951 to June 10, 1951
1st Cavalry Division
5th Cavalry Regiment
Company "D" Heavy Weapons
Wounded in Action June 5th, 1951
Wounded in Action June 10th, 1951
God Bless you Dad!!!atriotic:
I meant God Bless YOUR Dad!
Thanks - nobody ever thanked me for over 30 years until I got here to Idaho.
your welcome and I know the feeling makes you wonder about this blessed(used to be) country of ours
We all know what you ment. By the way, THANK YOU for your service!
Thank you for your service WHSmith!
It is greatly appreciated, more than you may know.
Thx Man it is appreciated!
Sunday my wife and I stopped in to a IHOP restaurant in Greenville, Tx. Shortly after we sat down two very nice 8-9 year girls came up and asked if we were veterans. I responded yes and they said "thank you very much for your service". I had a hard time responding without chocking up. They then searched out another vet I had been talking to while waiting to be seated and thanked him too. I had cloudy eyes for a few minutes. It's one of the nicest things that has happened to me in years.
shows what kids raised right will do!!