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Michael Schatman Jan 25
I know that there are many, many veterans with chronic pain on Twitter. PLEASE vote your interest, as these type of statements are beyond harmful to you!
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HelpASquaddie Mar 5
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Richie Feb 21
A very valid point, and one close to the heart of millions just brushed over by 🇬🇧
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Sue Childs 🇬🇧🇬🇧 Feb 28
More talk and now 2 studies. As everyone says not enough - 24 hour service should be available. - charities helping. Where is the money going? 9-5 Monday to Friday is not enough. .
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SarahEMinnis Dec 22
Why does our compassion and support for veterans in need matter? Because they cannot fight the darkness alone. , I am so profoundly sorry for your loss. Sending you love.
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Gail...🍀🇺🇸 Dec 12
Replying to @RalasGang
Who says old California liberal hippies don't love America? This is my community raising money for Veterans!!
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HelpASquaddie Feb 28
Even Lord Dannet says numbers are not recorded properly. WHY? Not enough support - let down by 9-5 Monday to Friday isn't enough. No real crisis support. Charities doing there best. More action needed.
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Daniel L Little Jan 12
Now there is what a REAL hero looks like.
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Head of Armed Forces Employment Support Jan 11
Still buzzing about our Veterans' Employability Event yesterday. It was fantastic to see so many people willing to travel to our village in Kent to provide such insightful comment. We know works & hope people will help us spread the word
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Head of Armed Forces Employment Support Jan 18
Some great comments from Nick who is doing great things for veterans at . Bringing them together, regardless of age, cap badge or when/where they served & helping them through some tough times. Good effort everyone.
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HelpASquaddie Feb 28
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Rob Ferguson FRGS Jan 21
Wouldn’t buses / tens be helpful as well. Why just trains ⁩ ⁦⁩ Veterans railcard for cheaper train fares to launch on Armistice Day
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AUSSIE DOG AND PRANK LOVERS Dec 3
Day #18 of 365 Kindness for Jagger pledge: Donated to Whiskeys Wish - An organisation that trains and homes support dogs with veterans who return with PTSD and other service related injuries.
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Sue Childs 🇬🇧🇬🇧 Mar 5
Mr Mercer who blocks anyone who questions his non-stop talk with no action needs to listen to people like who deal with this on a more regular basis.
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H~A Simpson Dec 11
and those currently serving are my . Scientists/doctors trying to cure cancer are my . If you're fighting a debilitating disease, you are my . You're the real heroes. 🇺🇸
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Lamont Hurd Nov 5
A poignant veiw of a subject dear to my heart
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HorseBack UK Feb 12
“We were not allowed to speak of the unseen wounds of war. We were not allowed to prepare for them.” Brig Gen Loree Sutton. Veterans on both side of the pond are ending their lives. We need to do more to help.
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Jonathan Steele Dec 12
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Christine Holden Feb 6
Do you shop online? You can raise money for Bolton Armed Forces Centre 4 Veterans through your everyday online shopping with . Please support us:
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Stephanie Nov 11
Reflecting back on my recent trip to DC with my parents this Veterans Day... so thankful for all the sacrifices so we can be free. God Bless our Veterans 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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