Veteran’s Day 2018 – Memories…

Posted November 11th, 2018 by Iron Mike


Perhaps you should revisit what I wrote last year.  Consider it your homework assignment.   There will be a quiz…

3 Responses to “Veteran’s Day 2018 – Memories…”

  1. GreenBeretLTC

    Once again, Brother: Welcome Home….and….Fratres Aeternum.

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    Tango Yankee – my Brother from another Mother!

  2. Mt Woman

    Thank you for your service Iron Mike. I attended the service at the State Veteran’s cemetery in Winchendon yesterday morning. Beautifully simplistic as are the rolling grounds of uniform granite stones. My husband rest there among the brotherhood. At some time down the road, I too will join him there. One of the challenges of speaker Richard Bastien, head of Veteran’s cemeteries in MA is to keep the memories, contributions and histories of our veterans alive by saying the names of several other veterans aloud as we visit our own. So good morning to my Fred and his “neighboes” Andrew and J. Edward as well as deceased friends. Mac, Ted, Joanne and Ben. Thank you all for your contributions to America and history.

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    TY Ma’am! We honor them BEST not by visiting graves and monuments, but by being the worthy Patriots and History Teachers they served to safeguard. Teach HISTORY to those who are being denied it in our public schools.

  3. GreenBeretLTC

    Mt Woman:

    I’m sorry for your loss, grateful for his and your service to our great nation, and hope you don’t join him too soon….