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July 03, 2011


Karen in FL

Happy 4th, Major! Thank you for being a true American!

Mike P

Happy Independence Day Major. Thank You for what you and all of the men and women of the armed forces do, to preserve our freedoms. The United States Of America is still the greatest nation on this earth, and regardless what the CIC does or thinks, it is the military that is keeping us free. Semper Fi.


To the Major with his great love for this country, Warriors AND your families now serving, to all those Warriors AND their families from all our past wars including those that had the courage to stand up against a tyrannical government putting their lives and fortunes on the line when they signed the Declaration of Independence, I'm forever thankful for all of you. Thank you from my heart for standing in the darkest hours of this nation to defend all those principals and liberties that are so often taken for granted by those that mock your sacrifice. Always remember there are still patriots in the land. I talk to them every day. We can’t look at flag without remembering your sacrifice. When we bow our heads to pray your sacrifices come to mind and we are humbled.

Links to the documents that through the grace of God Almighty put us on the path to Independence.




Sammy D

Forever grateful, proud and with you always.

Mary Kay Nieman

Land of the free because of the brave. Happy Independce Day Major!!!!


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Sgt. Maj. Barrett, thank you for your long and distinguished service to our nation. All the best to you and all those with you.

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