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It don't take much to make an old Vet feel good.............

by Tony Holmes / May 10, 2013 12:04 AM PDT

I think this video shows the deep respect/camaraderie that exists between Nam era vets and those of the new generation.

Please watch as an old Nam Vet sucks a cup of coffee in a diner and a young warrior walks in.It brings a tear to my eye and should to any other vet.


http://www.youtube.com/embed/x2L3skZ7FEw

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(NT) That is so cool.
by Diana Forum moderator / May 10, 2013 9:41 AM PDT
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Thanks
by Willy / May 10, 2013 1:51 PM PDT

I think that something can be said about the treatment Nam vets got when they came home was "lukewarm at best" and less for others excluding family and friends. It seems Nam vets have gone and made the point to welcome many back home to far more cheerful faces than they had. I know I have "thanked" many on a one-to-one basis when it was obvious they were in the service. A simple "Thank You for your service" is a great greeting to any Vet.

Thanks for the link, Tony. -----Willy Happy

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Love it

Love seeing things like this. My grandpa was in a war and my friends are off fighting the good fight.

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