We know that our men and women in uniform don’t get nearly as much credit as they deserve. There are few enough holidays and occassions like Memorial Day, Fleet Week, Armed Forces Day or Armed Forces Week that honor the troops so we need to think of them more. Not enough credit is offered to these unselfish men and women in uniform that put their lives on the line every day protecting our freedoms.
Never a day goes by when you don’t hear about ISIS, Daesh in their tongue, doing everything possible to disrupt the lives of innocent people overseas. That threat has even gotten closer with the terrorist actions recently reported in Seattle and Texas.
I recently traveled to San Diego and while I was waiting for my airplane had the opportunity to site and vist with a United States Navy officer and diver recently back from an undisclosed location in Africa. Out of respect to his rank, his uniform and the need to maintain operational security no detailed questions were asked or responses offered but the single most important thing I discovered is the threat that ISIS does impose on not just America but the rest of the world. He did say in passing that we know little of really what is going on there and our media of course is not covering it. I thanked him, bought him his drink and wished him well and safe return.
So in this modern day with technology advancing as fast as the human mind can comprehend, the advancedments we see and hear about daily, we are still thrown about when we hear how people are being mistreated by these savages in and terrorists who are hell bent on destroying the world as we know it. So I turn back to our military men and women and those who will not accept these terrorists from taking away our rights and casting into a pool of hate and death. It is during Armed Services week that we should remember that we have our fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles and for many our children that climb into their cockpits, tanks or a shallow and cold trench at night because they stand as a defense and force that is equipped to fight these ungrateful haters of life and have the power to do something about it. So I ask all who take the time to read this to remember our soldiers, Marines, sailors, airmen, and coasties not jsut Armed Services week but each time you listen to a news article, read a military blog, listen to a song that brings them to mind and remember they are out there for us and above all they volunteered to do so.
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So please remember of servicemen and women this Armed Services week and keep their support alive and well.