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It’s the reason it’s ok to not stand for it as well. These men and women sacrificed so people could live in a country free to make that choice. Well said. Sad that it needs to be explained. The dumbest thing you can possibly do is piss off a veteran shirt This is why we need to continue stand for the flag continue to respect our past in order to value our future.
The dumbest thing you can possibly do is piss off a veteran shirt
My Dad lost a 18 year old friend on Iwo Jima and then he fought with the 3rd Marines on Okinawa. That’s the reason we stand for the national anthem to honor all those that gave their all to keep us free so we can stand I’m so proud to be the daughter of a living (96 years young) WWII Marine who served in several locations in Southeast Asia, The dumbest thing you can possibly do is piss off a veteran shirt including Iwo Jima. Dad served our country with great pride, returning as a reserve Drill Instructor during the Korean War. He never talked about his war experiences at home, not wanting us to hear the gruesome details of what he saw and had to do.
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Also, Dad was honored when my cousin came to him for advice when considering his future with the Marine Corps. In my family, we proudly honor all who serve and protect our country under the US flag. We stand when our flag is presented, we put our hands over our hearts, we Sing the National Anthem! We love America and our Marines! Semper Fi !! My dad is still living, but has been confined to a nursing home with dementia for 5 years. The worse he got while still living at home, the more the awfulness of the war stories came out. He had hidden all the memories for so long, it was really sad to hear him agonizing about what he had to do as a soldier in a war. I just read your comment on the Iwo Jima post. Your father is truly an American treasure!. Please give him a warm hug and thank you from me. I recently encountered an elderly Marine veteran of Iwo Jima at a gas station. After a short conversation, we were both emotional. I think I made his day!. This history should be a bigger part of what is taught in our schools today. The younger generations just don’t seem to understand what it means to be an American, and the sacrifices of so many. May God bless your family and your outstanding father.