I watched my 9yr old daughter bring a smile to an airman's face yesterday and it made me sad. Not sad because of what she did, but sad that he honestly didn't seem himself as anything special until a small child looked to him with respect. I love my country and even though things are rough and politics are vicious, I still will never think of the men and women that serve our country as anything less than real life heros.Answer Question
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Answer by amyrw at 6:07 PM on Oct. 23, 2009
right on, amyrw
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Answer by momof4kids257 at 7:11 PM on Oct. 23, 2009
My brother came back from Iraq in a box. If I ever see a soldier disrespected in front of me, I may come unglued. I have seen soldiers get high fives, pats on the back and their monies be no good in airport bars. Please do not let me see anything different.
Answer by limitedtime at 7:36 PM on Oct. 23, 2009
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