THANK YOU 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
When soldiers go fight for our freedom, so we could live in this country. Soldiers fight with firearm in the open, and they get hurt and pray that they live another day. When they go home they are called heros, because there bravery in the battlefield and serving their lives protecting us.
Throughout US history, many wars and battles were fought that marked America. Fighting within those wars were brave soldiers, which to this day, we know as veterans. Veterans are important to our nation's history and future, as they have contributed to make America the great and prosperous nation that it
Dear veteran, 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.
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
We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude and the veterans deserve to have gratitude from others. The reason why I am grateful for our nation’s veterans is because without them we would not have peace and freedom in our country. Another reason why I am grateful for our nation’s veterans is because they have fought for us to have a good society instead of a corrupted one. After the veterans return from war they don’t change on how the treat people and not expect anything in return and that is why I am grateful. The nation’s veterans deserve to be celebrated and commemorated for their efforts and sacrifices.
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
Veterans Day mean a lot to me because if it wasn’t for those who fought for us, then we wouldn’t have our freedom. I honor the brave soldiers who fought for our rights, and those
To The Wonderful Health Services Staff of PPWI, This week, in the wake of tragedy, the world stands in solidarity with you, for all the good that you do, and the difference that you make.
Veterans are brave to have even thought of going out to war. Bravery is one if the main things to have in order to do something so terrifying. I am so glad that there are people willing to miss out on quite a bit to fight for the country.
Despite the fact that only one day of the year is dedicated solely to honoring our veterans,our heroes,. I just want to say thank you for the sacrifices you and your families are making. For putting your lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy and for
The lives of Americans can be different today if our Veterans had not served our country because without Veterans America would have not been the same.Thanks to the Veterans we have our freedom. All of the Veterans sacrificed their life for us and our family. A Lot of people defined
Veterans are heros because they risk their lives everyday. They leave their families for everyone in the U.S.A because they love us so much. Everyday people die in the army and other branches to save lives., because if they did’ not protect us then no one would. I wish everyone serving our country a big thank you
We are looking forward to seeing you in Concord! As we look forward to a long Memorial Day weekend, may we take time to appreciate the sacrifices given and remember those who have fallen in service to our
What does make a hero a hero? Is it there looks? Alternatively, maybe is it their personality? However, the question is what are those essential qualities that make one a hero? Different people require different heroes to look up to or try to emulate. However, whoever it may be, they all possess certain qualities. My hero is my mother, for the reason that she is selfless, compassion, and courage. That kind of selflessness can often be premeditated, since concentrating on others' needs often winds up helping one accomplish one’s own goals. However, a heroic leader does so without any anticipation of a return. The display and concern show the care one has for others. This can often apparent itself in strong but gentle actions planned to increase the lives of others. Courage and bravery come to mind first when we think of heroism. However, it is difficult to achieve anything truly heroic unless one is up against overwhelming chances. As Nelson Mandela put it, "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it." These minor acts of heroism rarely attract any notice. A true hero is always sympathetic, benevolent and shows a great deal of compassion and sympathy to those poorly or in agony. He or she keeps away judgements; that are oriented to the self and embraces an attitude that serves others.