All Gave Some!
Every one of the troops gives something that contributes to the liberty and freedom we as Americans enjoy and often take for granted. Not only do they give for our liberties and freedoms but for others all around the world as well. This page is dedicated to ALL who gave some!
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Private Jesse Parker, Airborne Assault, Afghanistan.
Son of Mark & Terri Parker of Adel, Iowa. We are so proud of you!
Corporal Jeremiah R. Harris
2nd Battalion 20th Field Artillery Regiment
From left to rigt: Captain Ade, PFC Matous, 2nd Lt. Albini, PFC Figueroa
Jamie Blessing, SSgt, USAF
Currently serving in Iraq.
Proud father Retired 1st Sgt. John Brennaman with PFC Brian Brennaman at
graduation from Parris Island Sempri Fi
Airman First Class Felicia Hunt
2nd LT. in ranger training Nicholas P. Albini currently attending US Army Ranger school in Georgia, pictured with his father Chief Master Sgt. Paul Albini who is currently in the United States Air Force.
Last night I was at the IP in Biloxi, MS. I was in line at the buffet with four other Airmen. After I realized that the bill was $25 a plate, we all decided to leave. As we were walking away, a man told us to stop and asked us why we were leaving. We told him that we can not afford it. He told us that we do not deserve to be in the back of the line and I replied cunningly that we will be sent to the "front of the line" very soon to try to be humorous. To my dismay, it struck a sense of emotion in the man, I can see it in his eyes. As we walked directly to the front passing at least 45 people and 60min of waiting in line we were followed by eyes. Every step that we took I felt more and more grateful of this man as did my fellow Airmen. He paid with no doubts in his mind and did not care that the bill was $200. I asked him, "how do much do we owe you?". He replied with a strong, "You don't owe me anything!". We asked him why and he responded by saying that he was in Vietnam and when he came back home from that war, nobody cared. Nobody cared about the sacrifices that he made to make this country what it is now. He wanted to show us that people DO care. He began to weep and tears fell down his eyes. My throat developed a lump when I shook this mans hand. As I started to tell him that after what he did tonight I will work harder to earn that dollar he cut me off and said that I already earned it. I have never had an experience like that. I will always remember him and everyday that I get up and put my uniform on I will put that extra effort to get the job done for him and for my country. Thank you sir.
Thank you for supporting me and this country.
Thank you for giving me mounds of patriotism and motivation.
You are the reason why I fight.
You are the reason why this country is great.
Airman Jones, Shane S
OSAN AFB South Korea
His name is Jonathon Harris, he is my son. He is 21, and he will be 22 in October and in July celebrates his 1st wedding anniversary. We just want everyone to know how proud we are of him and all the troops and what he/they is/are doing and how much we love and miss him.
- Terry Parker (Mom of Jonathon Harris)
To Our Nephews Serving Overseas:
Our thoughts and prayers are always with and surrounding you. Hurry Home Soon!
-Lee and Denise Potter
My son's name is Aaron Becker he is currently stationed in Iraq as a demolition expert. He is 32 and the father of 4 beautiful little girls. Bonnie (age 8), Olivia (age 6), Sabrina (age 4) and Moriah (age 2). Aaron, we just wanted to say how much we all miss you and love you and how very proud we are of you!! Please come home to us safe and sound.
- Melody Minshall
We are so proud of our children!
Our daughter Margo is a Sgt. in the Army currently serving her second deployment in Iraq. Our Son Andy is a spec. in the Army and is currently deployed in Iraq Our Daughter Lisa is a Lt. in the Air force and will deploy this coming month. So all our children are fighting this War on Terror. We know our children are in God's Hands and we are so proud of them.
- Guy & Dian Stokey
"My husband, Garrett Hagins, is in his fourth year with the United States Navy. He has been on two tours to the Middle East. Garrett is a very dedicated and proud sailor. I am very proud of him. I love and miss him a ton! Come home to us soon!"
- Lyndsey Hagins
Our son PFC Willie Bullard
Willie is currently serving in Iraq at: Base Q West in Al Quayyarah, Iraq “Operation – Iraqi Freedom” . Willie was able to visit home and spend much needed time with family and friends from May 24-31, 2007. He enjoyed the rest, relaxation, the laughs, and fun with his brothers and sisters. His happiness during his visit was to see his little sister Tiffany walk across the stage at her graduation on May 29th, 2007at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX.
“I wish many prayers, prosperity, success, and blessings to my immediate family and City of Miracles Family.”
PFC Willie M. Bullard, Jr.
United States Army