The Middle East Memorial Wall

The Middle East Memorial Wall

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    The Middle East Memorial Wall

    "The Middle East Memorial Wall"

    This is incredible! The heart of the American people, represented by a cellular company, who would have ever thought it would be like this and not our own government making this kind of thing happen across the country? Had no idea this was in existence. How many of you have ever seen or heard anything about this beautiful Memorial?

    God Bless America!

    We can do things like this without the Government getting involved. Please send this on to all your friends especially Veterans and ask them if they knew about it. This is a story everyone needs to know; what and where it is! My hat is off to all the Motorcycle Jockeys that had a hand in bringing this to our attention.

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    Had not heard of this one. Wonderful.

    Thank you for posting.
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    I did not know. Would be a great trip but can't carry in Illinois. May go anyway. If you don't feel safe with 12,000 bikers you don't need to be there.
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    Hats off to the cellular company. Just added an item to the bucket list.

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    Wasn't aware of it. Thanks for posting.
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    No need for DC approval. No lobbying or buying votes. No campaign photo op. private corporation and private money getting something one because its the right thing to do.


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    I spent a decent amount of time in Marseilles last spring for work and had no idea this was there. If work takes me back there I'll have to remember my camera!
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    Was not aware of it. Great thing to do, without any gov't approval.
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    Made my screen all blurry... Not sure why.
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    I have not heard of this before today.

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    Hadn't heard of this. It needed to be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recon1342 View Post
    Made my screen all blurry... Not sure why.
    It made my screen blurry also. And I know why. Being married to a war hero who is still alive makes me more than grateful and humble.
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    I hate it when my screen gets foggy. Thanks for posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterGranny View Post
    It made my screen blurry also. And I know why. Being married to a war hero who is still alive makes me more than grateful and humble.
    I do too, Granny... I served with a lot of men on that wall...
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    I have been there. It makes you choke up just looking at the wall.
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