Hello, Please take care of yourself. While many of us cannot understand your experience, we wait to understand + support you. Keep telling us how!!
You are LOVED.
You are an inspiration. May you receive the strength and support in your healing that you provided to others in your service to our country.
Courage and strength to you. Gratitude from me. xox
Thank you for your service and commitment to protecting our freedom, love, and family. Even though I don't know you, you are an amazing person and chosen for a purpose to bring hope and love in this world. Thank you again for everything you have done and I pray for peace, joy and fulfillment over you.
You did the heavy lifting. You are loved and appreciated. Peace.
Even though I can't understand what it's like to go to war, walk in your shoes. I care what you feel + go through. Thank you.
To My Dad, For all you gave to me, your family, your country — I honor you!
Your sacrifices can not be put into words, but I want to say THANK YOU!!
My father is a veteran — dropped bombs in WWII — a different time — I'll bet no help for VA. Be well ! Thank you !
Uncle Cliff + Uncle John, Thank you for your service in Vietnam. While I may never know the full extent of your experience, I love you very much.
Remembering 9/11 to DATE —
Twin Towers : 2792 lives lost
Direct Combat Deaths —
Afghanistan: 2390 US Troops
Iraq: 4540 US Troops
Civilians: over 210, 000 in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan (NOT including children, US Military contractors, veteran suicides or war refuges)
-DOD Casualty Report
I wish the V.A. hospital was more readily available for you. It's not fair that we don't have better mental health facilities. What a great way to be treated. I can't imagine the frustration you must be going through. I wish I could say more...I look forward to a better America, that treats veterans as equal.
What you've done is awesome for so many. Than you for your effort.
Please forgive yourself and begin to understand that life is not always what we dream't it to be. Love yourself and those who love + believe in you. Love, a mom who lost a son. xxoo
Thank you for your service & sacrifice.
Hello. I was in the Air Force — '78 to '82 — I appreciate what you are/have gone through — Thanks.
Stay strong, you are not alone, you are not forgotten. NEVER give up the fight!!
I wish you and the world peace.
You are an inspiration and so very much appreciated. You are loved more than you even know. Breathe + know that God's love reigns!