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  • Remembrance Day in Canada & Veterans Day in the USA

    Good morning. I know this is likely not the right spot for this but I didn't know where I should put this. Tomorrow is Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in the USA. I just want to take this opportunity to thank all of our Veterans and the young people currently serving in our Armed Forces around the world. Without you none of us would have the freedom we currently enjoy. Thank you for being a blessing to us and giving so much of yourselves to making the world a better place.

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  • #2
    Special day indeed! Many folks do not understand how important this day really is, and it's not their fault. But if nothing else, taking a moment of reflection for those who sacrificed their lives, for our lives and our democratic way of life, and the freedoms we enjoy, would be a nice gesture.


    • #3
      Yeah tomorrow is a great day to remember all the fellow men and women who fought accross all branches. I may like to make fun of those other branches *cough*Army, Air Force, Navy, National Guard, Coast Guard*cough* but they are great to. So many great friends I made while over seas knowing I could trust them with my life and so many stupid things wondering why it didn't cost me my life lol. Good times.

      But I get to work both my jobs tomorrow so no free food for this guy

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      • #4
        I'll be out there for the Vets. to all of them


        • #5
          Wearing my poppy proudly.


          • #6
            Happy Veterans day!

            I would like to give a shout out to all vet's today. Thank you for your service! Happy Veterans day to all that served



            • #7
              Thank you to all


              • #8
                Thank you military men and women for all that you do! Thank you, veterans!
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                • #9
                  Happy Veterans day to everyone past, present, and future to ever serve in the US and Canadian military. Freedom isn't Free.

                  Everyday we wake up, do our daily routine. Shower, brush our teeth, eat, then go about our day. Throughout that day we get on social media, post pictures of cats, complain about everything, get offended by a post or offend someone with a post, argue, agree. All while we do this on a daily bases, there are millions before us, right now, and after us that will continue to make this daily life we live the way it is. Freedom isn't free. Our rights come at a cost, and that cost is paid for with the blood, sweat, and tears of the men and women serving in the US Military. They pay the price to make this country free. They never ask for much if anything. They do what needs to be done because nobody else will do it. You can have your beliefs of religion and politicians and say your disagreements involving both. But remember you speak those words because of those who died on the Battlefield. The least you could do is say thank you and show respect to these brave humans. When they come home they don't have many options, some will become homeless, others will commit suicide, most will struggle with PTSD. Some have missing limbs, others are no longer alive. You'll never know their names, never know what truly went into their sacrifice, never know the families crying. The least you could do is stand with your hand on your heart and sing the pledge. The least you could do when you see veteran is shake their hands and say thank you. It'd make their day for a stranger to just say thank you.
                  With all that said, Happy Veterans day America, and happy Remembrance day Canada...and thank you to all those past, present, and future that answer the ultimate call of duty.
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                    On Veterans Day, Justus Belfield donned his Army uniform one more time, even though he was too weak to leave his bed at an upstate New York nursing home.

                    The 98-year-old World War II veteran died the next day.

                    The Daily Gazette of Schenectady reports that Belfield had worn his uniform every Veterans Day since he and his wife moved into Baptist Health Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Glenville, outside Albany, several years ago. On Tuesday, the former master sergeant wasn't able to get out of bed to participate in the facility's Veterans Day festivities, so he had the staff dress him in his uniform.

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