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Remembering Those Who Served..

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on this Veterans Day.

My Dad in Marine Boot Camp, 1946.

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And me as a battalion commander 50 years later, Bosnia 1996. I was headed out to visit some of my soldiers in the field on Christmas Eve.

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 My Dad died while I was in Bosnia but we are both proud, tattooed veterans!

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My son is a Captain in the Army,  and a nurse. He is the guy who goes the extra mile to help heal America's finest. As a father I am very proud of my son!

He wears this ink with pride.

God Bless all who have or do serve!

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