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Hi! This is for all those who have respect for those who risked their lives for our freedom. Just have 1 golden rule:

The Golden Rule: If you're a protester then (and I mean this in the nicest way) go away. This is not a group for you.

If you are part of the Armed Forces yourself, please also join our group Members of the Armed Forces.

Location: USA
Members: 24
Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2018

Discussion Forum

How is the Government Shutdown Affecting Soldiers?

Started by Tiffany (Selkie). Last reply by Tiffany (Selkie) Oct 29, 2013. 3 Replies

Let me first admit, I've read a few articles and listened to a few stories, but I still do not understand what is happening. What I do understand, is that a military man in my family (a veteran who…Continue

Tags: Shutdown, Unpaid, Government, Soldier, Veteran

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Comment by Sergei Kerensky on January 14, 2015 at 12:46am
My cousin has been in a couple fire fights. He says the actual combat can be scary sometime but its mostly a rush of adrenaline. Hes lost a couple close friends right next to him. Took him a while to get over it. He says hes not in the army to kill the enemy, but to serve and protect a country hes proud to be a part of.
Comment by Chris Smith on January 8, 2015 at 5:01pm

Well, the power outage at Camp Lejeune was no fun! Cold weather was the topic of the day and no one had a lot of good to say about it. But everything has come back online and Marines and Sailors are warm again. Been an interesting day. Just thought I'd share.

Comment by Lynnae Forstner-Mystic Flutterby on March 11, 2014 at 9:23pm

My husband is a retired Air Force officer. We wholeheartedly support military members and their families. Spent time in Mississippi, Oklahoma, Nebraska, California, and North Dakota. Wherever we were, we got involved on the base and in the local community. The Air Force was a great way of life and we both miss the people and the places.

Comment by Sergei Kerensky on November 25, 2013 at 6:06pm

my cousin is coming home for thanksgiving and Christmas and is going back on jan 3rd

cant wait to see him!

Comment by Tiffany (Selkie) on October 23, 2013 at 1:55pm

Very cool. Glad to join this group.

Comment by Nolan (Jedi~Squirrel) on September 17, 2013 at 11:01pm

I have an Uncle in the special forces and a cousin who is in training for the air force and my Grandpa helped deliver ammunition to and from bases.  I respect them all and am very thankful for what they and everyone else serving are doing for our country.

Comment by Sergei Kerensky on September 9, 2013 at 5:57pm

my cousin fought in Iraq and is now in Afghanistan and my ancestors fought in many Scottish wars against england

Comment by Eric Young (ManBeast) on September 2, 2013 at 2:54pm

Appreciation for all the support and here is to all the International Beasts.  Working in Afghanistan with troops from so many different nations just makes me want to visit all your countries when I get home. 

Comment by Gumbo123 on April 26, 2013 at 6:18pm

@ Glenn - - - >

That goes for Swedish troops and the good works you do as well!

Comment by Gumbo123 on April 26, 2013 at 6:18pm

I really do HATE that I somehow missed this group for so long and had not it joined until today.

For the past several years, I have been lucky enough to help through contribution and service hours with several worthy support groups through my job and it's "GOOD WORKS" committee . . . North Texas Food Bank, St. Philips School & Community Center, Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Ability Connection Texas, just to name a few.  But the ones that have become closest to my heart are those which support our active military and veterans groups.


Welcome Home a Hero - - I've mentioned them before and posted a couple of videos in the komm, but here is their Facebook page for information - - https://www.facebook.com/WelcomeHomeAHero


Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas 

Mission Statement: To support American men and women serving abroad in harm's way by supplying them with goodies, needs and comforts of home, along with thoughts and prayers, to let them know that we, at home, care and support them and that they are not forgotten. 

Even the simplest items (lip balm, suntan lotion, batteries, coffee, deodorant, air fresheners, snacks, candy, etc.) really brighten the lives of the soldiers, and give them a little reminder of love and support from home. ACT shipped over 2,700 cartons of donated goods in 2012.


Every time that our office has packed boxes for the Angels they have asked if we could include a few personal notes of encouragement along with the toothbrushes, foot powder and beef jerky.  My wife wrote this up (the names have been changed to protect the Gumbos) and I formatted and printed on Thank You cards which have been included one in each and every box . . . 


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