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brave little soldier. so sad but so much love. this little boy is precious

We SALUTE you soldiers!

Remember the reason these men and women fight and their sacrifice. The least we can do is remember and respect.

Media only reports what they want you to know.  People only remember what they want.

This is a photo of George Bush our former president running with a wounded soldier thanking him for his service for our country. I think that people should do this more often because it shows a lot of respect.

World War ll soldier found after 70 years and returned to US for burial.

70 years later, a soldier returns home

Fallen Heros ~ World War ll soldier found after 70 years and returned to US for burial. We are one of the only countries that pays this kind of tribute to our fallen warriors.

lust4lilac: “ conservativecathy444: “ Grateful, Thankful and Bless them all!! ” lust4lilac~lywbj ”

Happy thanksgiving 🦃 be thankful for the ppl around you and all the blessings God gave to you! It's not the happy ppl who are thankful, but the thankful ppl who are happy!

These German Shepherds gave their lives for our great country!  They are being honored before burial.  Our w War Hero's protecting our soldiers so they can come home alive and not blown up.

Many people remember a fallen soldier as a person in uniform. Sometimes that soldier is the four legged friend who saved your life by being a bomb-sniffing dog and finding the IED and warns you about it before it explodes. This is a sad but beautiful pict

too powerful for words... a sacrifice often overlooked.

The ultimate sacrifice. Poor wife and child.so sad.

A little boy sits and holds the hand of U.S. Army Sgt. Resolve Savage, from Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 158th Infantry Regiment, Arizona National Guard, while he pulls security outside of a hospital during a medical capabilities program and humanitarian assistance supply hand out in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan June 28, 2007. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Isaac A. Graham) www.army.mil

A little boy sits and holds the hand of U. Resolve Savage, from C Co. Battalion, IN. Arizona National Guard, during a medical capabilities program and humanitarian assistance supply hand out in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan June

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