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    Happy Veteran's Day. Thank you for your service

    With gratitude, Black Swan Gourmet BBQ Sauce
    https://blackswancompany.com/
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    Yer Welcome

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    #3
    Much appreciated. Much thanks to my brothers and sisters in arms, past and present.

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      #4
      No thanks are necessary, but appreciated. It was an honor to serve.

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        #5
        I just did my duty, but thanks for the sentiment.

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          #6
          Thank you one and all!

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            • Mr. Bones
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              Bettin that Drill Sergeant there in th middle was a joy to deal with lol

            • SonOfAButcher
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              Yes yes, Mr. Bones..you did not cross him unless you wanted to wear your rear end as a hat...he did call a mean cadence tho!!

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            thanks for the thanks!!! Here you go, a few pics of me doing my thing back in the day


            I'm the guy in the middle holding the antenna .... the other two are my loader and gunner, driver is on the ground taking the picture .... this is in Yakima Firing Center sometime in the late 1980's
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            Fixing track on the tank .... did a lot of that
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            sorting Iraqi junk in 1991
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            Yeah, Christmas 1990 was a little different
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            • Mr. Bones
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              So very glad we're both here to remember that particular Christmas, Brother...

              Happy Veterans Day, to all who served past, an present...

              Thanks fer sharin yer pics, an th Memories .

            • ecowper
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              Mr. Bones a lot of years and a lot of miles ago now.

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            Thank you all

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              #10
              I ain't dead yet! Thanks man!

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              • ecowper
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                Every day not taking a dirt nap is a good day brother

              • Mr. Bones
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                So glad yer still here with us'ns, brotherman!

                What Eric done said is True! ecowper

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              Thank you to all for your service. It’s important to remember these things, my wife is a pharmacy supervisor at a NJ VA and she sees so many with injuries, trauma etc…

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                #12
                Likewise - thank you all. Your service is greatly appreciated.

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                  Official veteran..
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                    Spring/Summer of '67, base camp at Dong Tam on the Mekong. Scrawny SOB! A Salute to all past and present vets and to those still serving - we did our duty.

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                      Gratitude, respect, and great appreciation to all Veterans for your, and your family's, sacrifice.

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