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Thank you Mark, Very Well Said!
Amen to that...
Happy Armed Forces Day, this is something I would like to share with each of you that I found on the internet:
A long time ago, some years after the American Revolution, someone was quoted as saying that “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.” Especially in the world today, freedom must be guarded by those who will keep the vigil. As one can consider this, it must be obvious that the most vigilant of the vigil keepers are the men and women in uniform. When they swear their oath to serve and protest the Constitution and the nation, they must know going in that they may be called upon to offer their lives for their country or the cause of freedom. This is powerful in and of itself because it is these men and women in the military who could be called upon to offer themselves in the breach between liberty and tyranny.
Ultimately, it is those vigil keepers who are called upon to offer the greatest of all sacrifices for the sake of the higher ideals of human freedom. This is essentially what America has to offer when freedom is challenged – those who are willing to lay down their lives for the sake of others. Unfortunately, the American men and women in the armed forces have been called to action again and again to help the free world fight against tyranny. The very least the nation can offer in return is genuine gratitude toward the men and women who put their lives on the line to maintain the vigil. May God bless our men and women in uniform on this Armed Forces’ Day!
Mark Webster MSCS, (SW/AW) USN Retired
Happy New Year
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year and looking forward to the next. Be careful and have a happy and safe time.
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Wishing all a very "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2012." We thank you, friends:)
From the Greater Kansas City Chefs Association
Merry Christmas Everyone!
Happy Veterans Day everyone. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. USN Retired
Happy 4th of July everyone
Wishes everyone's "Happy Thanksgiving" 2011
Happy Thanksgiving Wishes to all who serve or have served this great country of ours. I am sure this saying is one that we have heard over the years, which goes "Holiday Routine" = Holiday for the crew and routine for the cooks. Please remember to try and take some time to spend with family and friends if possible. Again Happy Thanksgiving to one and all. USN Retired
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