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On July 5, 1975, President Gerald Ford announced the end of the Vietnam War. At a speech at Tulane University, President Ford said, "The Vietnam War is finished as far as America is concerned".
Please remember all of the men and women who served the cause of freedom during that time. They are all heroes.

Jim


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Thank you for this history lesson . Unfortunately , the media no longer reports on American History unless they can put a negative political spin on it .

Thank you to all who are currently serving and have previously served our great nation . The majority of Americans support and are proud of our Military and Law Enforcement .


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Remember "Heroes Don't wear Capes. They wear Dog Tags."

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Spoken by a true hero. Thank you, Nick. We all owe you and your brothers a debt of gratitude.

Jim


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My Grandfather was a MARINE. Unfortunately I lost him 6 years ago. He served two tours in Korea as a Cook. I had the pleasure of Marching with our local Marine corps League here in Lima, OH on Several occasions while him and my grandmother rode behind us in the float. At my Grandfather's Funeral the Marine corps League Commandant Called out Cadiance for him once last time as we carried his casket into the Mausoleum chapel. I was able to give him a new USMC hat that I purchased at a flying J truckstop and bought one for myself so we would have matching hats. I had no idea that would be the last time I would have that opportunity. Still miss Him! Thank God for ALL our Veterans!!!! Semper Fi!!!!
 
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Thank you for sharing that wonderful story about your Granddad. It's so clear that you loved him.

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Remember, "Heroes don't wear capes, They wear Dog Tags." Oops, I already said that didn't I.

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Glad to share it!
 
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Remember, "Heroes don't wear capes, They wear Dog Tags."

Maybe not repeated enough.
Salute "Heroes don't wear capes, They wear Dog Tags."


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