If You Have A Dream..Dedicate It To A Veteran

If You Have A Dream..Dedicate It To A Veteran

If you have a dream, no matter how old you are, attack it..go for it!

Pursue your dreams for those who sacrifice every thing so that you could.

God Bless the veterans who returned to us.

A special reverence and God’s Care for those who remain on eternal patrol guarding America’s Constitutional Liberties and freedoms from tyranny.

Please read this inspiring veteran’s story. Then see the next impressive video and watch-out for the lump in your throat.

VTM, 11/10/12



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2 Responses to “If You Have A Dream..Dedicate It To A Veteran”


    Please take time for a moment of silence today,”VETERANS DAY” to remember those that have served in our Armed Forces.

    No greater sacrifice than to give ones life for love of Country.The true heroes of times past rest in peace in all parts of the world,hollow ground that will forever be a part of America.Remember they gave their lives so that we may enjoy the freedoms we have today.

    I would personally like to thank all veterans for their sacrifice,dedication to Country and allowing me to enjoy the freedom I’ve come to love and cherish-I salute you one and all.

    For those that are history enthusiasts-Armistice Day (which overlaps with Remembrance Day and Veterans Day) is celebrated every year on 11 November to commemorate the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I, which took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning—the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918. While this official date to mark the end of the war reflects the ceasefire on the Western Front, hostilities continued in other regions, especially across the former Russian Empire and in parts of the old Ottoman Empire.

    The date was declared a national holiday in many allied nations, to commemorate those members of the armed forces who were killed during war. An exception is Italy, where the end of the war is commemorated on 4 November, the day of the Armistice of Villa Giusti.

    After World War II, the name of the holiday was changed to Veterans Day in the United States and to Remembrance Day in the countries of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Armistice Day remains an official holiday in France and Belgium.

    A special salute to my submarime shipmates of years past and to my dear friend and comrade whom I shared a special bond with during those days of long ago…Thomas ( Moe ) Mawhinney.


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