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Our Parents - Their Service to our Country

Recently I was honored to attend the Funeral/Burial of one of my best friends, wife’s father. He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. 735 more words

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"Black Hawk Down" battle hero dies

From Biblical Worldview Daily:

Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Gallagher, 52, died today of natural causes. Gallagher fought in the famous battle of Mogadishu, which was made famous by the movie “Black Hawk Down.” He served as the command sergeant major for the Army’s Wounded Warrior Program, but had extensive experience in major combat operations, including Operation Just Cause in Panama and with Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia. 57 more words

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#15 - Graveyard

My mom and dad back together again! I lost my mom on April 20, 2014, she was 91 years young. She lived an amazing life with my father who we lost January 19, 2005.  16 more words

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#36 - Right Place At The Right Time

It was an honor! I went to visit my parents gravesite in Arlington National Cemetery and since we have a pass that allows us to drive around, that’s what we did. 260 more words

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Random Picture Tuesday-On Wednesday

Why? Because I totally forgot all about it yesterday! What makes it crazy, is that during a brief break in the day I mentioned needing something to write about AND I spent the day sorting out old photos, trying to downsize from all our photo albums! 231 more words

The Four Immortal Chaplains, Chaplain’s Hill, Arlington National Cemetery

It was the evening of Feb. 2, 1943, and the U.S.A.T. Dorchester was crowded to capacity, carrying 902 service men, merchant seamen and civilian workers when the torpedoes struck. 70 more words

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