Thank you to everyone. For those serving as well as those supporting. I have been in the service for more than 22 years and still counting. And i am so proud to say thank you to everyone that constantly says thank you for your service. It gives me the drive to keep serving. Also thank you to all the veterans past, present and future for willingly serving and thise not so willingly because of the draft many years ago.
Right after 911, i had so many people walk up to me and ask if i thought the draft would be brought back. And that they was so afraid of being drafted. First off, grow up and get off your moms tit. Lol. Second of all the US Military has been an all volunteer military since the end of vietnam. Lol. Which is older than their parents. So stop worrying. Lol. I hope 1 day to be a lucky one and retire myself. Thank You and God Bless and God Speed Brothers and Sisters...
17 December 1989 - 01 February 2000
US Army 93B - Aeroscout Observer
US Army 18B - Special Ops Grunt
US Army 55M - Firefighter
01 February 2000 - Present
West Virginia Air National Guard
Full Time Firefighter/Paramedic
THANK YOU TO ALL THE ROADSTAR CLINIC FOR ALWAYS SUPPORTING AND SERVING..
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