Ordinarily, it’s been the veterans and their families who were on the front lines and shouldering the greater risks, and although much appreciated, not the taxpaying civilians who’ve merely backed them with pep talks, a moderate paycheck, and other amenities in moderation to hold the line of freedom and to guard the levers of democracy. Please don’t disrespect America’s veterans by restricting their benefits and/or the benefits of the military members that have succeeded them in their perilous duties to their country. To commit such disservices is indicative of a HUGE, ungrateful slap in the face. Hence, a big thank you to all veterans who have served with dignity and honor and the families that have gone along for the difficult ride.
Also, November is held as “Military Family Appreciation Month.”
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