Your a good man to represent with the guard. As you found out, it has nothing to do with politics you needn't have worried. One more soul ushered to final rest. If you get a chance to talk to a vet whose been escorted you'll find out they really appreciate it. They come back from very tense situations where they have a hole support structure that has their back to the world where it's usually dog it dog. It can get pretty lonely fast I assume. Just saying thank you and welcome home goes a long ways sometimes.
I have yet to do a mission but it will be an honor once I do. I have served 8 years now in the Air Force and I thank a Veteran every chance I get young or old. Thank you for what you and your boys are doing, I'm sure it means alot to the family!
No thanks needed. Like so many other things in life, I'm guessing we got a lot more out of it than what we put in - especially since I got to share it with my son. So really, I am the one that owes thanks to the PGR and to the family for inviting us.
The kind of organization where no one has asked me for anything. Just donate a little time and get back a lot by just being a part of it.
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