KEEP THIS MILITARY MONDAY CELEBRATION GOING ESPECIALLY THROUGH THIS PAST FOURTH OF JULY BECAUSE IT MIGHT BE OUR LAST ONE THAT WE CAN CELEBRATE!
I HOPE THAT MANY OF YOU WHO READ THIS WILL SHARE AND KEEP IT GOING.
LET’S GET IT GOING NOW SO IT WILL BE THERE ON EVERY MILITARY MONDAY!
I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG, OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND TO THE REPUBLIC, FOR WHICH IT STANDS,
ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL!
KEEP IT LIT!! KEEP IT LIT!
For All Of Our Military Personnel Wherever They May Be And Please Support All Of Our Troops That Are Defending Our Country.
And God Bless Our Military Who Are Protecting Our Country for our Freedom.
Thanks to them, and their sacrifices, we can hopefully celebrate With Them on Every
We Must Never Forget Who Gets The Credit For All The Freedoms That We Have, Of Which We All Should Be Eternally Grateful.
I Watched The American Flag Pass By One Day When I Was Stationed In The Navy At The Guam Naval Hospital; “It Fluttered In The Breeze And I Got Some Really Great Cold Chills.”
Also A Young Marine Saluted
And Then He Stood At Ease.
I looked At Him In Uniform;
So Young, Tall, And Proud.
With His Hair Cut Square And Eyes Alert So He Would Stand Out In Any Crowd.
“I Thought How Many Men Like Him Had Fallen Through The Years; How Many Have Died On Foreign Soil; And How Many Mothers’ Tears?”
“How Many Of Our Planes Shot Down?
How Many Of Our Navy Men Died At Sea? How Many Foxholes Were Soldiers’ Graves?”
NO, FREEDOM IS FREE!
“I Heard The Sound Of Taps One Night,
When Everything Was Still.
I Listened To The Bugler Play
And I Felt Another Sudden Cold Chill.
I Wondered Just How Many Times That Taps Had Meant ‘Amen.’
When A flag Had Draped A Coffin
Of A Brother Or Best Friend.”
“I Thought About A Graveyard
At The Bottom Of The Sea.
Of Unmarked Graves In Arlington .
NO FREEDOM IS FREE”
“ENJOY YOUR FREEDOM AND
GOD BLESS AMERICA AND OUR TROOPS ON MILITARY MONDAY!”