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Thank you for the sacrifices you and your families are making. Our Vietnam Veterans have taught us that no matter what are positions may be on policy, as Americans and patriots, we must support all of our soldiers with our thoughts and our prayers.

-Zack Wamp

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United States Veterans Deserve YOUR Honor and Respect

  • They serve with a sense of obligation to our country.
  • They serve with a sense of value.
  • They serve with humility.
  • Veterans aren’t happy with their own contributions.
  • Veterans love you

Veterans Feel Obligated to Our Country, but are Actually MORE Selfless!

The men and women of the armed forces know what it is like to give up part of themselves for the greater good of others.  This is an amazing quality for someone to possess in a volunteer capacity.

Most veterans don’t really understand what they are passionate about.  Many have a sense of duty to the country infrastructure or the flag, but this is only because they haven’t tapped into what made them truly passionate.

The core values that this country was founded on are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness for ALL citizens without persecution because they believe differently than their neighbours.  Freedom RINGS in their minds, whether for speech, religion, or otherwise.

Veterans are PASSIONATE about the CORE VALUES of the foundation of the United States.  This they will almost all agree.

This is why I respect them!

Women’s Veterans of Minnesota, Ms. Ruth Hedlund | by Minnesota National Guard

Veterans Push to Be Valuable to People

Most people that go into military service are knowingly entering into a contract of service because of YOU.  They feel proud when they think of YOU.  Daily, they wake up, thinking about being able to help YOU.

The very LAST thing any veteran wants to hear is that his job isn’t valuable to the military or the citizens of the country.  Most have a “servant mentality.”

This is why I cherish them.

Veterans are Humble

Every time we see any person in any armed service or emergency responder uniform, my children and I ALWAYS thank them for everything they have done.

I always see their face light up at the sight of children thanking them and saluting them with big goofy, resisted smiles.

Soon after, I see them drop their demeanor when they say, “you’re welcome.”  Their shoulders and heads lower and so does their tone.

Veterans Wish They Could Do More

When they drop their head and shoulders, it is because they feel a little humiliated.  Why?  Because, they know that some gave all.  They feel that whatever they are doing is not as much as someone else is doing.

Veterans in the most REMOTE capacity and most SUPPORTIVE roles are fulfilling a servant’s duty, but still, they never feel like they haven’t given enough.

This is why I honor them.

Veteran Actions are Love Realized

Jesus states in the Bible, “No greater love is there, that one man lay is life down for another.”

Each and every veteran gets an order.  Many will get orders that place themselves in harms way or into certain death.

They don’t obey because it is fun.  They obey because they love the American people and are willing to jump in front of a bullet for them.

Veterans Love You.

This is why I love them.

Please watch this video about veterans.  It gets personal.

  • To honor family
  • For righteousness
  • For dignity

They fought for YOU!!!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=AgYLr_LfhLo%3Fversion%3D3%26hl%3Den_US%26rel%3D0

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Ken
Ken
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