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Sgt Wayne Wood
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Welcome Home.
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Sgt Wayne Wood
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Or outside the gates at Travis AFB
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SGT Infantryman (Airborne)
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Or at Oakland, on the tarmac. Or in my own hometown. F ‘em.
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SGT Infantryman (Airborne)
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Thanks Sgt. Wood. Means a lot.
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I will always remember the welcome that I received at LAX.
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TSgt David L.
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As a post script, I'm a bit more than disappointed that more of our RP audience has breezed past this post. This is a big deal, as it should be. I figured birds of a feather would get it. I hope they will.
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SGT Infantryman (Airborne)
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TSgt David L., I’m glad to see I’m not the only one to feel that way.I think it’s exciting and a step forward in trying to help Vietnam veterans feel better about themselves.
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TSgt David L.
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SGT (Join to see) - Respect costs us NOTHING. These cats paved the way, paid their dues and ask nothing in return. We owe it to them, IMO. We owe you. Thanks for stepping up.
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TSgt David L.
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This is something that should have done long ago. We owe these folks a long over due "Thank you, and welcome home". This is a small step in making up for the BS they endured as they came hone to a country in turmoil, who had no idea what they had gone through.
Maybe this will help in the healing process.
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SGT Infantryman (Airborne)
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Most Vietnam veterans never talked about the war or the negative homecoming, and still don’t. Out of sight, out of mind, and if they’re like me, it’s still that way. Thank you for your support and understanding.
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