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New Law Authorizes Veterans' Salutes during National Anthem

Started by ronr, October 30, 2008, 09:21:10 PM

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Muaddib67

At odd times I still catch myself saluting, and I've been out since '92. Wow, where the hell did 20 years go?  old-man/cane
And out of the chaos spoke a voice to me "smile and be happy, for things can't get any worse" so I smiled and was happy, AND IT GOT WORSE!!!!!

willie

I enlisted in 1972, got out in 1976. I can't be THAT old!!! :jawdrop:

augoldminer

Many of us Oath Keepers still stand by our oath even long after our service. :usaflag:
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looneylane

I never served in the military was a cadet for many years and have served in the fire srvice and was in RCMP traiing a few times I always struggle not to salute during ceremonies I cannot imagine for you guys who have served your country. My family has served for many generations proud of those who do.

striker308

US Army - 91B-10 Medic w/101st then switched to USMC Recon 3rd, Scout/sniper

No OFFICIAL war time, but I have dumped sand out of my boots, played hide and go seek in triple canopy, and a few other things I'd rather forget.

I have gone from not salute to not even taking my hat off back to hand over heart and the salute again.

Depending on the day,what hurts, and the nightmares I'm proud I served or sad that I didn't follow other options.

I'm glad that vet's have been given the choise to salute or whatever they wish but this is a hollow gesture of honor given from a shallow group crooks, criminals, and shaletons.




"Attitude is the paintbrush of the mind, Pain is a power sprayer on full blast." Me

Muaddib67

Quote from: augoldminer on June 17, 2012, 11:47:37 PM
Many of us Oath Keepers still stand by our oath even long after our service. :usaflag:

Are you referring to oathkeepers.org?
And out of the chaos spoke a voice to me "smile and be happy, for things can't get any worse" so I smiled and was happy, AND IT GOT WORSE!!!!!

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