People often say that freedom is not free and that price has been paid by countless brave individuals. These brave individuals are known as veterans. Veterans should be remembered, respected and honored because of their sacrifices, courage, and patriotism.
It is important to remember how much of daily life is affected by the work of veterans. Walking on streets, going to school, eating at restaurants, and hanging out with friends all depend on the service of veterans. They may not receive the proper amount of recognition from the younger generations, but their work is appreciated. In actuality, they gained vital information that can be shared with the future generations. They have gained respect and honor for their duty for our
To thank all veterans.thank you for all you did we as a world can't forget about you guys. You all risk your life to keep us in a free country , so thank you for going to war to keep us safe and your family safe . And don't forget the end at the end of the all this because you touched us in a living way and nobody else could do more of what you could do more of what you could and at the end of all of this drama and heart breaking things you go threw too see your people die with all this hard work they did . For you away from getting hurt when you go outside so you are the best
Are veterans won the war, and gave us freedom to do or have rights of speech. Veterans gave us freedom so we don't have to be there slaves, and beaten if u did not do there work. Freedom is very grateful and now we have faith and liberty. They fight to let us have that freedom , and they will never give up. Over all we should think them for are freedom without those who fought we would not be able to
Saying “The Pledge of Allegiance” and singing “The Star Spangled Banner” makes me feel so proud to live here. Listening to veterans tell stories about wars is so interesting. You wonder how they survived and how some are still willing to go out and fight. When you see a veteran, you realize that this is your home. These veterans have given me a life most people would love to have. These veterans stood up for what they believed in. I will never meet all of them, but I will never be able to express how thankful I am. These veterans are people we pass every day, they don’t expect a thank you. We lose about 1,000 World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam veterans everyday. They should be thanked a lot
Those who are veterans are those who fought in the wars and those who leaded the troops. Today we honor those who are no longer with us and those who are. We honor them because they fought and saved us from rivalries that were careless about us but our veterans stood up for us until we were safe. If you read history books about the american war you might’ve found that some men were under a lot of stress while training. But the thing that makes them special is they were the brave ones, some men didn’t meet the standards required but some men started training lifting those weights to meet those standards and try again. There are wise and caring people in the world and some times you may have to look for them because they are out
The men and women who helped shape the face of this country through their honor, legacy, and patriotism are those we call veterans. They are our dads, moms, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters; they are our family. Yet, we constantly overlook their desire and passion for this country. The gratitude that they deserve is not shown towards them, as it should be. I thank all veterans for their
Thank you for serving. I can not tell how glad I am that you served in either the Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, or the Coast Guard. From any of the wars, WWI,WWII,The Korean War, Persian Gulf War, The War On Terrorism (Afghanistan), the Iraq War, and the Texas Revolution. Thank you for serving. I cannot say how thankful I am that you made the ultimate sacrifice. I have no idea what you have been through in war. I am so grateful that you fought so we could celebrate veterans day, memorial day and all other holidays that only the U.S celebrates.
Living in America, the land of the free, I have taken the right of freedom for granted a few too many times. To this day, certain populations around the world are not able to enjoy the right of individualism. Many are oppressed by their country’s strict law due to a primarily focus on male dominance, child labor, and female oppression. Obtaining freedom is never easy. It takes honor, courage, and commitment. Fighting for freedom is an ironic concept because soldiers must be willing to sacrifice their own. Even after knowing this sacrifice, we still have brave individuals who volunteer to put their lives in harm’s way for the safety and insurance of our freedom. It is only fair that we return the favor and take care of our soldiers and veterans
Not many people would withstand having to go off to war knowing their life was on the line. There is much respect and gratitude inclined towards those who did and sacrificed everything they had. Our cordially veterans - the ones who fought and endured the bestial wars, the ones who knew they could fall at any moment, the ones who, despite the horror and fear
Our nation past was, well, not always perfect. Without some of our veterans, our country wouldn’t be as free as it is. Veterans continue to make our country a free country, which also makes it a better place to live in. Veterans stood up for our country; whether the ones forced to go during the draft, or the ones who voluntarily go. Whether the cause, they were always ready to go and fight for the people’s freedom. We really do see how great these people are, I mean, they risked their life for ours to be
Veterans are important to our past and future because they help to keep our country free. They fight so we all have the right to freedom. These men and women are important, because they risk their lives every day for the United States of America. Without these veterans in the past we would not have all of the rights and freedom that we have nowadays. If we do not have veterans in the future we may not be the United States of America anymore.
Our nation’s veterans deserve more gratitude than what they are getting today because all they get is a thanks for their service instead of a ceremony. I am thankful for our nation’s veterans because they have been in battle for our rights and privilege. I am thankful for our nation’s veterans because they sacrifice their lives for our society. I am thankful for our nation’s veterans because they expect nothing and treats others the same. Overall, they are the ones who will be there to sustain our liberation and unity to time and time
US Veterans are proud to have served, but what if they stop caring and sharing the need for Freedom and our Republic to the future? Value our Vets, as they have kept Liberty and Justice alive, and will hopefully continue to inspire those who might make the same sacrifices again tomorrow. Veterans in today’s United States are less than 1% of the over 300 million in this country. I think Veterans are important for this reason today, and every day! Please see how important they are like I do.
I pledge to be grateful. I did not earn my “blessings of liberty”. I inherited them from the deeds, actions and commitments of those who came before me. Especially, the brave American veterans, who for 240 years have been willing to lay down their lives to defend our country. As a “Guardian of Freedom” I will always honor and remember those who sacrificed and those who continue to wear the uniform today.