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Conservative Male Apr 3
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The Bell Tree Tavern Apr 4
Just changed our POW MIA flag that had gotten tattered. Don't forget in this time of crisis those who gave their lives for our freedom! Thank you! You will never be forgotten!
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Maurice Gilmore Apr 4
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ShadowBandit 🕵️‍♀️ Mar 29
A few weeks ago I spent a few quiet moments at the Vietnam Wall in DC. I took these photos and dedicate them to my Dad who served so selflessly. 58,000 names are engraved deep in stone here - those who gave all. We honor our Vets today -
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MontanaRoots 18h
Replying to @joerogan
I’m not a fan of Biden....but at least he would have a qualified and competent cabinet. There are piles of horseshit in my pasture that I would vote for over Trump. “I like people who didn’t get captured” -Donald J Trump
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R Cyril West Mar 30
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Chino Strabler Mar 29
And to NEVER FORGET those missing in action and prisoners of war whose bodies still fertilize foreign soil.
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Ken Sampson Mar 29
Grateful for your service and sacrifice. Honored to carry the mantle you handed down.
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MyDogtag.com Mar 29
Today is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. We thank the vets and their families for their service and sacrifice.
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Colleen Berding Mar 29
Cheers in honor & memory of these fine folks I had the pleasure of caring for as a floor nurse & in my current position.
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ShadowBandit 🕵️‍♀️ Mar 29
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Today we honor all our Vietnam Vets, including my dad. We honor those who gave all and whose names are enscribed here. Thank you Mr. President for honoring our Vets!
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Mary Mar 29
Thank you to all those who served in and around Vietnam. Welcome home 💚💛❤️💛❤️💛❤️💛💚 To those POW/MIAs, you are not forgotten 🖤
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Bill Beigel Mar 30
Flight Officer J.B. Fast, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and the 57th Fighter Squadron, was MIA somewhere over the Florida Everglades on a training flight on March 30, 1944, 76 years ago today. His remains were never found.
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Tom fasthair Scott Mar 29
Replying to @VVMF
thank you and welcome home to all that gave from a grateful nation
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⚡️Amadeus Wolf⚡️ Mar 31
flag on the castle!! We’re coming for you!!
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Michael Husted Mar 29
Replying to @North2North
The toughest generation that someone my age will ever have known
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Chino Strabler Mar 29
Except for those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, and whose bodies still remain in that soil.
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Rolling Thunder KY5 Apr 2
Today we remember 1st Lt. Walter C. Botts, Winchester, KY. Last seen April 2, 1944 off Green Island in Papua New Guinea.
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CitizenArcane Apr 2
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erik cardenas 2h
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