Veterans Roll Call

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    US Army 1966-68. One tour in VN as a field medic (hence, Bac Si). Seems like I spent MORE then one year there. Bac Si

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    Veterans Roll Call

    USMC 1960 1964
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    Camp Pendelton
    Okinawa/ Camp Swab
    MCRD San Diego

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    Quote Originally Posted by BkCo1 View Post
    USMC 1960 1964
    PI
    Camp Pendelton
    Okinawa/ Camp Swab
    MCRD San Diego

    Rifleman
    Ass BARman
    BARman
    Supply
    Battalion Scout
    Battlefield Radar
    Marksmanship Instructer


    Gotta love you PMI's
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    that's about all for the high points.

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    vet's roll call

    U.S. Army 1976 to 1979 USAREUR MOS 36K
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    Not a Vet. Thank you all for keeping us safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longtooth View Post
    Not a Vet. Thank you all for keeping us safe.
    I went to dinner last night at TGI FRIDAYS with my wife and lo, but there was a 1LT, US Army in the new digital fatigues sitting alone in a booth. Very rare to see in this neck of the woods. No units in THIS area of town. I walked right up to him and said what I thought was a nice firm: Lieutenant! He JUMPED! I must still sound like a captain after all these years. I just offered him a handshake and a heartfelt thankyou. I tried to buy him a drink but he said he couldn't in uniform. Things musta changed since I was in. I told him I was a former Infantry captain and you know....he stopped looking so dang unhappy and lonely. I was about to offer him to come and sit with us for dinner, but I figured he might be waiting for a girl to show up.

    I just remember when I was away from home in the service and it was New Year's eve and I was all alone. The major who lived across the street knew I was alone and he basically ordered me to his party and he made sure I was welcome among the field grade officers there and he made sure I got so drunk, I had to low crawl home across the road in three foot deep snow! That's the military taking care of their own. It's a tradition I try to continue.

    So the next time you're in an airport and you see a lonley looking G.I. or marine, try and see if you can make his day a little bit brighter. Maybe offer him dinner on you or something. Saying thanks is nice....but it only takes a LITTLE bit more to really make him or her feel good about laying it all on the line.
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    Good post Soldier. I do just that. I aslo watch for hats w/ military insignia. I encourage our youth at church to do the same. Thank you to you Capt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    I went to dinner last night at TGI FRIDAYS with my wife and lo, but there was a 1LT, US Army in the new digital fatigues sitting alone in a booth. Very rare to see in this neck of the woods. No units in THIS area of town. I walked right up to him and said what I thought was a nice firm: Lieutenant! He JUMPED! I must still sound like a captain after all these years. I just offered him a handshake and a heartfelt thankyou. I tried to buy him a drink but he said he couldn't in uniform. Things musta changed since I was in. I told him I was a former Infantry captain and you know....he stopped looking so dang unhappy and lonely. I was about to offer him to come and sit with us for dinner, but I figured he might be waiting for a girl to show up.

    I just remember when I was away from home in the service and it was New Year's eve and I was all alone. The major who lived across the street knew I was alone and he basically ordered me to his party and he made sure I was welcome among the field grade officers there and he made sure I got so drunk, I had to low crawl home across the road in three foot deep snow! That's the military taking care of their own. It's a tradition I try to continue.

    So the next time you're in an airport and you see a lonley looking G.I. or marine, try and see if you can make his day a little bit brighter. Maybe offer him dinner on you or something. Saying thanks is nice....but it only takes a LITTLE bit more to really make him or her feel good about laying it all on the line.
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