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From a veteran Cricket, thank you, and Bravo Zulu to the other Vets.
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Those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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Should I post that Remembrance Day song (again)? It's that time ...
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My veteran - I'm very proud of him... and love him more than life.
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Thanks to you all. Thanks for serving and thanks for remembering.
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Thanks. And thank you for not thanking me for my service, we thought of it as a job, lousy job at times, but still a job. But proud to have served.

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Thanks to all veterans, Proud to be one
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A pittance of time is a beautiful way to remember and to honor those who gave so much.

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