Happy Veteran’s Day!

Posted on November 11, 2010 9:57 am

Thanks to all the people who go to crazy places overseas and kill bad people so we can be all safe and write silly blogs. It’s from your efforts that we are able to have these silly political arguments — not that we blame you.

God bless.

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16 Responses to “Happy Veteran’s Day!”

  1. Eric says:

    While I was in the Air Force, I only had two bad assignments. The first (and least bad of the two) was Saudi Arabia. The abolute worst was Mountaun Home, ID, the place where airmen go to die.

  2. Timaay says:

    My time in service was all in So Cal. Sometimes I feel guilty I didn’t do anything real important- got sick and was released early…

  3. Raving Lunatic says:

    A salute to all the Veterans of my extended family, with apologies to those I’ve yet to find. We’re a thorney bunch, so they’re bound to be pissed off at me for it…

    Joshua Hill – Revolutionary War – Continental Army
    Shadrack Rowe – Revolutionary War – Continental Army
    Robert Tripp – Revolutionary War – Continental Army
    PVT Francis Alligood – Civil War – Company C, 3rd NC Artillery Regiment (40th NC Infantry)
    1LT Macon Bonner – Civil War – Company B, 3rd NC Artillery Regiment (40th NC Infantry)
    PVT Ransom Buck – Civil War – Company K, 17th NC Infantry Regiment
    1SG David Allen Sikes – Civil War – Company H, 3rd NC Infantry
    CPT William Henry Tripp – Civil War – Company B, 3rd NC Artillery Regiment (40th NC Inf.)
    PVT Ivey H. Woolard – Civil War – Company B, 3rd NC Artillery Regiment (40th NC Infantry)
    Believed KIA in the retreat from Wilmington
    PVT Stephen Wiley Woolard – Civil War – Company C, 3rd NC Artillery Regiment (40th NC Inf.)
    PVT Thomas Addison Yeates – Civil War – Company K, 17th NC Infantry Regiment
    Killed in the Battle for Hatteras Inlet Batteries
    SN Bruce Donald Lewis Sr. – WWI – USN
    PVT Raymond A. Lewis – WWI – 302nd Field Artillery, 76th Div., US Army
    PFC Cadest McCoy Winfield – WWI – US Army
    PVT Ellis Grey Alligood – WWII – US Army
    PVT Norwood Clinton Armstrong – WWII – US Army
    PVT George L. Ballance – WWII – US Army
    Earnest Hertford Bishop Jr. – WWII – US Army (Europe); 2 PH, 2 SS, 2 BS
    T/4 David Holmes Boyd – WWII – US Army
    GM3 Adam Treadwell Thorpe Buck – WWII – US Navy
    PVT Floyd Hilton Buck – WWII – US Army
    PVT Maggie Marvin Buck – WWII – Women’s Army Corps
    SA Vernon Corbin Canady – WWII – US Navy
    PVT William M. Canady – WWII – US Army
    AMMH/3 Charles Gorham Clark – WWII – US Navy
    PVT Redding Boyd Cutler – WWII – 385th Anti-aircraft Battalion, US Army
    MMS Walter Raleigh Cutler – WWII, Korea, Vietnam – USN
    SN Russell Langley Daniels – WWII – USN – USS Saratoga (CV-3)
    PVT Harold Fitzhugh Eagles – WWII – US Army – Purple Heart
    FC3 Dupree Lee Edwards – WWII – USN – USS Yorktown (CV-5)
    KIA – Battle of the Coral Sea
    PVT Archie Wilson Eleanor – WWII – US Army
    PVT Robert Glenn Elks – WWII – US Army
    PVT Charles Graham Frizzell – WWII – USMC
    PFC Charlie Marshall Hill – WWII – US Army
    PVT Preston Roberson Ireland – WWII – US Army
    T/5 Alton Gray Lewis – WWII – US Army
    CPL Clyde Edgbert Lewis – WWII – US Army
    PVT Edmond Dais Lewis – WWII – US Army
    SN William Braxton Lewis – WWII – USN
    PVT George Donahue Nobles – WWII – US Army
    T/5 James Eborn Pilley Jr. – WWII – US Army
    PVT August Lewis Polier – WWII – US Army
    PVT Melvin R Sexton – WWII – US Army
    PVT Robert Morgan Sexton – WWII – US Army
    SQM Howard Lamar Stowe– WWII – US Merchant Marines
    PVT Elbert Thorton Tarkington Sr. – WWII – US Army
    PVT Monie Albert Toler – WWII – US Army
    LCDR Richard W. Tripp – WWII, Korea – USN
    SGT John William Warren – WWII – USMC
    LCDR Arthur Bernard Yeates Jr – WWII – USN
    KIA – Shot down by AA fire over Northern Honshu, Japan, 10 Aug 1945
    LT Morgan Gales Yeates – WWII – USN
    PVT Russell Edward Armstrong – Korea – US Army
    PO2 Elwood Ray Boyd – Korea – USN
    LCDR Alton Gray Buck – Korea – USN
    PFC Curtis Clayton Toler– Korea – US Army
    SGT Fredrick Brown Woolard Sr. – Korea – USAF
    MM1 Albert B. Jefferson – Vietnam – USN
    RMSM Bruce Donald Lewis Jr. – Vietnam – USN
    TSGT Jeffrey Allen Finigan – Desert Storm – 4th EMS Sq, 4th TF, USAF

  4. Jimmy says:

    Thanks for recognizing veterans for their service, Frank.

    One way to tell a Liberal from a Conservative:

    Conservative: Willing to fight and die to defend family, community and country.

    Liberal: Refuses to fight; blames those who are willing to fight for their own cowardice.

  5. Sgt Relic says:

    The problem with getting used to shooting commies is that people seem to frown on you doing it here at home. To me a commie, is a commie. It’s racism to only shoot Asian commies!

  6. MarkoMancuso says:

    I don’t know if I could ever find the words to properly express my gratitude and my pride in sharing a nation with our veterans.

  7. Jimmy says:

    I think you just did, Marko.

  8. ussjimmycarter says:

    I don’t know where our nation finds these people. They are the one’s who run to danger and not away from it on our behalf! We cannot thank them enough for their service! God Bless our Men and Women in uniform who protect this proud nation daily!

  9. ussjimmycarter says:

    Now let’s give them a Commander in Chief that they deserve in two years!!!

  10. Burmashave says:

    I could live to be a million years old, yet I would never cease to be in awe of our service men and women. I truly thank God that our veterans stood in the gap between us and those intent on harming us. While other national institutions fail, the continued dedication, bravery and ingenuity of our service men and women give us hope for the future.

  11. shiggz says:

    remember remember the eleventh of November

  12. shiggz says:

    IMAO we can be more mindful of their sacrifice and stop hanging them out to die alone and surrounded in third world crap holes propped up by first world welfare.

    They signed up to protect their own family and homes not babysit the neighbors. Lets bring them home to do the job they are sworn to, defend Americas borders from enemies foreign and domestic.

  13. storm1911 says:

    God bless our troops and their endeavours.

  14. plentyobailouts says:

    Thank you Veterans for allowing me to live in this great country. I hope I can make you as proud as you have made me!

  15. seanmahair says:

    I too wish to thank not only our veterans but their families for the sacrifices they made and continue to make so that we can live in freedom and liberty. As the great grand-daughter, grand daughter, daughter, wife, niece and mother of a military member I know first hand what it takes to to support our men and women in uniform. I salute them and their loved ones.

    While “Always Faithful” or Semper Fidelis is the Marine corps motto, it is the code all the services ascribe to.

    Thank you.

  16. BornLib says:

    Peace.
    Security.
    Liberty.

    Thank you, America’s veterans, for these gifts I can never repay.

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