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May You Have A Great Veterans Day



With the day so blustery around here now that Ida has come to visit, I thought to take the time and wish every veteran and family a happy holiday and well wishes for a speedy claims process. :)

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I sure second that!~!!!!!

Two vets are doing some work on my house. I told them to have a nice day off but they want to come over and get more work done today. They are both disabled vets.

Finally I can have a Veteran's Day that brings Peace with Honor for my deceased husband.

My award letter is still wrong but I proved his death was directly due to his service.

That seems to make his death a lot more acceptable to me that it was under 1151.

We have sunny day here in NY, and the local VAMC will have many things going on there as well as local villages all will have parades.

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Veterans earned this day by Service.Happy Veterans Day to all Veterans and their families. Don't forget to ask for discounts if you go out.

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happy Veteran's Day to all, and thanks for the sacrifice especially to those who gave their full measure; may we never forget our brothers and sisters.

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Happy Veterans Day everyone!

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Happy Veteran's Day!

I typically take my kids out for lunch, and then pick up the tab for some sweet, unsuspecting veteran!

I don't really know how to thank you all enough. I feel very weepy and sentimental for all that you have given and sacrified.

May each succesive generation of active duty military --take heart from your honorable service to our Country.

I love all of you!!

~Wings and kids

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Dear Wings,

We've come a long way haven't we. I can remeber when you were still deep into your claim fighting the system. Yet you won, and have went on to help others in turn. That's what the military is all about, or should be. Sometimes it's not, but the idea is what matters. I think all veterans appear to be realists, but in fact are idealists.

Bless them all each and evey one. Let no life be spent recklessly, or without recognition of the cost. Veterans day is for Veterans, Memorial day is for fallen ones. Today I pray for all of you, still fighting years later. I know I still do in my dreams when I wake up in a cold sweat, or scream if someone touches me.

My daughter and wife's (shes a teacher) school put on a Veterans day presentation, and I just could not bring myself to go. Too many memeories I would rather just leave alone. Maybe someday. Till then bless you all and thank you for helping make Hadit what it is. Thank you for helping other soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines and their families. Especially for the families.

Bob Smith

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May all my brother and sister vets find some peace and tranquility on this honorable veteran's day. You are all worthy, and are valuable to the generations that follow. If you choose to "remember" on today, let it be of the best one's of your service time. :)

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This day affordsus an opportunity to re- visit our past and to think of old friends, some who you have not seen in many years.

It also lets us pay respects to the ones who gave the ulitmate sacrafice so that we could continue our freedoms and raise our families. We must never forget them.


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Happy Veterans Day to all of my fellow Hadit Heroes. You have saved countless lives with knowledge, wit, and wisdom. You service after the service is invaluable.

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