Veterans Day and some much needed relief

Don and Diane prepare for some special guest at Warriors Rest


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dorbie

11/15/2017
03:50:17


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Duke

11/12/2017
03:29:14


Heading back to the cottage on Tuesday the rut is on here now in full swing. Don maybe I can video this guy coming in

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dougk52

11/11/2017
20:55:45


Happy Veteran's Day to all my fellow veteran's/shipmates

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SubSKC724

11/11/2017
18:59:54


Happy Veterans Day everyone. I'm the one on the far left. Couldn't resist posting an action photo of me and some shipmates from back in the day when we were younger and skinnier.

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Yosemite Sam

11/11/2017
18:11:21



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Hef83

11/11/2017
18:00:24


Cpl Jon W. Heflin 2nd Bn 7th Marines Weapons Co Heavy Machinegun Section

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teresa

11/11/2017
17:04:42


I am so enjoying seeing all the pictures you all posted. So much honor and history here. It makes me remember that the things we do have reverberations down the generations. Honor and service and the concept of a duty to country are some of the best things we can teach our kids. That and the Golden Rule.
Our daughter did her duty as flight leader in Civil Air Patrol Cadets today as they were Color Guard for the ceremony at the Veterans Cemetery. Wish I had pictures now, but we were in a rush and forgot phones. Hopefully someone took pics and will share. These are some great kids, most of whose parents have served or are on active duty. They have a glimmer of what it means.

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No Nick

11/11/2017
17:01:05


I got confused because the federal holiday is Friday actual is today.



Hef83

11/11/2017
16:29:15


Private First Class Garner E. Harbit, United States Marine Corps, died on Peleiu Island in the South Pacific. He was in the "A" Company, sixth Amphibian Tractor Battalion. He was born in Tipton County, Indiana and attended Elwood High School prior to enlisting in the military. He was sent overseas in April of 1944 and was killed September 18, 1944. Garner is listed on the "Tablets of the Missing" at the Manila American Cemetery in the Philippine Islands. He was buried at sea.

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Heather

11/11/2017
16:13:52


I don't know why it didn't attach. My apologies is it shows up more than once. Also, Diane, I am so happy you are able to sleep soundly!

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