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Chief Information Systems Technician Joseph Valencia, assigned to Navy Marine Corps Intranet Detachment San Diego, sheds tears as his mentor places the cover of a chief petty officer on his head for the first time. Navy photo by Mass Communication

Pearl Harbor Vet - Thank you for your service, Sir! . . . Is it only me or do you also see pain still in those eyes?

Pearl Harbor Vet - Thank you for your service, Sir! Folks, thank every Veteran you see on any given day but especially on Veteran's Day. They deserve it and so much more and always are so appreciative to be acknowledged.

"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" -John 15:13

I love this scripture. The picture shows the true meaning! "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" -John

Mr. William Grey

Very sad, but amazing at the same time. This brought tears to my eyes. What a heart the marine has to be there not knowing this was the very person he had to bring bad news to.

Dakota Meyer, 23, is the third living recipient — and first living Marine recipient — of the nation’s highest combat honor for actions in the Iraq and Afghanistan. No living Marine has received the award in the last 38 years.

Dakota Meyer, is the third living recipient — and first living Marine recipient — of the nation’s highest combat honor for actions in the Iraq and Afghanistan. No living Marine has received the award in the last 38 years. He is from Adair Co.

Oldest and Youngest Medal of Honor winners.

Veterans Day parade NYC Youngest Medal of Honor recipient meets oldest living recipient. They include Marine Corps veteran Dakota Meyer and Nicholas Oresko, the nation's oldest living honoree.

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Jason Hallett and Staff Sergeant Michael R. Gilio, both of India Company, Battalion, Marine Regiment, are reunited at the unit’s homecoming from Afghanistan earlier this week. Hallett has been recuperating at Bethesda Naval Medical Center.

Arlington National Cemetary...We owe our heroes more than we can repay...

the resting place of true heroes. Rest in Peace brave warriors. Witnessing the burial of one of our fallen soldiers at Arlington was one if the most endearing events of my life.

Two Navajo Marines helped Navajo Code Talker Roy Hawthorne, USMC, WWII during a parade to honor the Navajo Code Talkers in Arizona. August 2013.

A living, breathing page of American history! Roy Hawthorne, Navajo Code Talker, USMC ~ He walked a 2 mile parade route. Two Navajo Marines are helping him with the last mile.

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