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Remember those who fought for our country, home of the brave!!!

Memorial Day Video - take time and view!

U.S. Army Sgt. Kendra Coleman with her service dog, Smokey James. "It’s important for people to know that I’d do it again to keep America safe from terrorists.

Traci Wise: I found my son sitting having a moment with his daddy (SFC Benjamin Wise) the other day. We lost him January 15 in Afghanistan… we cannot forget about the incredible loss these children must undertake.” ||Heartbreaking. REALLY makes me resent people like the MSNBC host who was conflicted about calling fallen soldiers heroes....The man in that picture is a hero to his son.

Navy SEAL dogs - has to be one of the coolest pictures I've ever seen!

This beautiful girl named Mercy was rescued from a life of despair in Afghanistan by Col. Banks and is now living the life in San Antonio with Dr. Banks and his lovely wife. I love happy endings! ♥

Say it, write it or show it: Our service members -- past and present -- deserve our thanks!

Operation Gratitude

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An American Hero, who by the looks of his shirt, has a great sense of humor too. Marine Cpl. Todd Nicely, quadruple amputee. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Hero. Period.

heartbreaking. Considering the circumstances, how very difficult this must be for them. My heart breaks for the weight these soldiers must carry.

This is Liam and Theo....they were killed together last week in Afghanistan ....they are being buried in the same casket this coming week...lets not forget that this is going on every day.

sorrow........It happens far more often than we care to think about: American soldiers coming home in flag-draped coffins to mourning loved ones, but an AP photographer was there to grab this particular heartbreaking scene. Here, Ashley Edens is seen collapsing on the coffin of her late 22-year-old husband Army Spc. Jason K. Edens as his body arrived in Nashville, TN

The beautiful face of courage: Lance Cpl. William Kyle Carpenter USMC Carpenter, 21, of Gilbert lost the eye, most of his teeth and use of his right arm from a grenade blast Nov. 21 near Marjah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Friends and family say he threw himself in front of the grenade to protect his best friend in Afghanistan, Cpl. Nick Eufrazio