Man that really struck a chord with me, got tight in the throat watching it. What a selfless act. People don't know how much that really means to those guys coming home, but one look at that CPT and you could tell.
People think supporting the troops is driving around with a bumper sticker, but I guess its better then the alternative (Vietnam).
I'm going to spread this film around a bit, not enough positive stuff on the net today.
Every service person I see, I try to go to them, shake their hand and thank them for their service. Vietnam Veterans of America is making sure another generation of servicemen and women don't get treated the way we did. My son has even had his lunch bought without the person identifying themself to him. At least Charlie was kinda afraid to die. These crazies believe they're going to heaven. Anyway, I ramble. My point is: please shake their hands and thank 'em for their service. That really makes them feel good. Semper Fi
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