Both Britain and America have two things in common we are both nations that enjoy our freedom and have troops that are paying the highest price for that freedom we all love. we may not all agree with a lot that is said when we read some threads here in the forums, but i am sure you will all agree that these men and women all deserve our thanks.
this is an article about a young man that lived in newcastle near where i used to live. he paid the highest price his life and there are a lot more that are paying the same price every day
To all of these people
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05-13-2005, 01:41 PM #1
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I am starting this thread to say thank you....
05-13-2005, 02:27 PM #2
London Fire Brigade...."Can Do"
'Irony'... It's a British thing.
05-13-2005, 03:07 PM #3
05-13-2005, 03:07 PM #4
Thank you.May we never forget our fallen, worldwide.
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05-13-2005, 04:50 PM #5
Will also say, Thanks to all who serve, and bump this to the top again.A "Good" fire is not measured by how big it is, but by the fact that everyone is going home safe, and that we possibly learned something new about firefighting. Member:IACOJ
05-13-2005, 05:01 PM #6
With the utmost respect for those who serve or have served, my most heart felt thank you.
Thank you. For standing in the gap.
Thank you. For protecting my family.
Thank you. For living in such hellish conditions while we sit back and complain about the price of gas.
Thank you. For dealing with the day in,day out shocks and horrors, while we sit in traffic complaining of granny in the left hand lane.
Never can I thank the guys and gals of the military enough for what they do. You are heros in my book....
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
If all you have is a hammer, then your problems start to look like nails.
05-14-2005, 01:59 AM #7
Thank you from the Berkshires of Massachusets...It is fitting that this thread has "appeared"...yesterday we had a memorial service at my old high school for a army helicopter pilot that died in Iraq last March. Not only was he an alumni from the same high school, but also a member of the same FD I'm on...along with being a neighbor to me......He graduated 6 years before I did...Needless to say, no current students remembered who he was....I sat in the auditorium completely amazed at how well the students behaved themselves and openly showed emotion during the ceremony, even though they never got to see Stephen walking the halls in his BDU's like I did...It made myself, along with the other FD members there very proud of our younger generation....The family was overwhelmed with sorrow, joy, respect...It has been a very hard year for them, but the "brotherhood" (Stephen's father is still a current member on the FD) and the community's outpouring has helped with this troubling time....
God Bless all those who are protecting us and our way of life...The comments made by me are my opinions only, not of the Fire and EMS services I am affiliated with.
I have lost my mind..has anyone seen it? it's not worth much..but it's mine
05-15-2005, 07:53 PM #8
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Good post.2005 Pontiac Wave 5 Hatch
Pontiac... built for drivers
05-15-2005, 09:12 PM #9
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They are all in my prayers daily. Thankyou to all that are protecting us and those who are home supporting them.
God be with you!
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