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Brotherhood, Viet Nam Vets and our Warriors in Iraq

It really doesn’t matter what war you fought in or whether it was 30 or 40 years ago, or just yesterday you went out on a battle field and put your life on the line for country and honor; soldiers, marines, sailors, and airmen have a bond forged in a shared experience, blood, danger, and seeing your comrades die on the battle field. Just go in a local American Legion Post or VFW and you will see a bond that knows no generational barrier, a brotherhood of warriors. In honor of every man living who has fought in time of War or served in the U.S. Military, I post this tribute to our Viet Nam Vets from 2 brother warriors in Iraq. It is such a sweet tribute, and of course demonstrates the understanding and brotherhood I speak of. Thanks to all who have served and all who are still serving and Welcome Home!!!


January 27, 2008 - Posted by | In the News


  1. Coincidentally, I have just written a post discussing the bond between soldiers. I would like to thank these heroes as well. They really deserve it.

    Comment by leafless | January 27, 2008

  2. I really enjoy the photo with the sign for Jane Fonda. It is deplorable when someone commits treason and gets away with it. But then the Government pardoned all the draft evaders who went to Canada as well. Now there was a real slap in the face. Pardon the ranting. I hope many Vietnam Veterans outlive Jane Fonda so they can celebrate her passing. It makes me feel good that brothers-in-arms continue the tradition of reminding Jane of everyone’s feelings.

    Comment by Art16 - Vietnam Veteran | January 28, 2008

  3. As long as there are Real Heros and Patriots serving, attention whores and traitors like Hanoi Jane will have to live in the dark recesses of their shining spirit. I, like you Art, plan to burn her in effigy when she passes if I am still alive. My son is serving in the Airborne, my close friend of 30 years lost his son in Afghanistan a year ago, and as time goes on, I only dispise Fonda’s betrayal more.
    I will go over and read your entry leafless, it sounds like a good one. Welcome Home Art and thank for your service and comment.

    Comment by HoosierArmyMom | January 28, 2008

  4. Leafless – thanks for the post; I’ve added you to the BlogRoll here!

    Art16 – thanks for your wonderful words too!

    Many of us Viet-Nam era Vets would love to piss on her grave after she’s gone … she, along with John “HANOI FONDA” Skerry ( John Kerry ) are among many of American TRAITORS that many Vets absolutely hate.

    Former Marine…

    Comment by Admin | January 28, 2008

  5. Would you be able to lend a hand? We’re preparing to send some inspiration overseas to our troops. Please visit our blog http://www.kindnotes.wordpress.com and spread the word.

    Comment by kindnotes | February 21, 2008

  6. Happy to help, I’ll put up a post on your project kindnotes.
    Look for it this weekend.

    Comment by hoosierarmymom | February 22, 2008

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