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You may  have served in Combat or in non-combat. You may have retired out or  you may have served for a short time. You may have been a draftee or a  volunteer. You may have served in the Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force,  Coast Guard or the Merchant Marines, BUT YOU SERVED. You did not run  off to England or Canada, etc. YOU DID YOUR JOB HONORABLY and for that  I am PROUD to call you Brother/Sister.

You may have  served during Korea, WWII,. Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Iraq or  Afghanistan. Wherever you served, you did not run. You have a DD 214 with  those words “HONORABLY DISCHARGED”  –  the two most noble words in the  world.   Again I am proud to know each and every one of you.

Brother/Sister, life is too short to wake up with regrets. So love the  people who treat you right. Forgive the ones who don’t, just because  you can. Believe everything happens for a reason. If you get a second chance, grab it with both hands.  Know this: If it changes your life,  let it.   Take a few minutes to think before you act when you’re mad.  Forgive quickly. God never said life would be easy, he just promised  it would be worth it.
Today is Band of Brothers’ Day ; send this to  all your brothers, fathers, sons and fellow veterans you know. 

Happy Brothers’ Day!  To the cool men and women who have touched my life: Here’s to you!!  I was  never a hero, but I am thankful I served among them. A real Brother or Sister walks with you when the rest of the world walks on you. Send this on to all  your Band of Brothers/Sisters, because the fake ones won’t. 

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