Welcoming our troops back home is so much more important to them than most folks can possibly imagine. I speak from experience, as my uniform was spat upon many years ago when I came home in 1970 by so-called protesters gathered at the airport. I remember the experience so vividly that I make special effort to welcome and thank any troop I encounter. I don't want a single one to have to come home to what I experienced. But you know, I would do it all over again for my Country, even knowing what was in store. God Gless Our Troops, and the USA !!
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