Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

 Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

The Bill of Rights is the collective name for the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. These limitations serve to protect the natural rights of liberty and property. They guarantee a number of personal freedoms, limit the government’s power in judicial and other proceedings, and reserve some powers to the states and the public.

 Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

For those out there in America who like to burn flags, spit on our Veterans and preach your basic hate and discontent, the collective we, the soldiers, sailors, marines, coasties, air men and guard are the same group of women and men that signed their names and took a oath just SO YOU COULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO TREAT US AND AMERICA LIKE SHITE! By your sheepdogs at www.unapologeticallyamerican.com  this ain’t Nam dude brought to you by your sheepdawgs at firebase116.org

Please support and wear the Ranger Up line of clothes for women and men.  See them, order them, FEEL THEM at www.rangerup.com watcha waiting for? RTFU and get moving soldier!

 Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

Bill of Rights the Unapologetic American Version

DEPLOYMENT

DEPLOYMENT

DEPLOYMENT

Deployment

It wore you out. It aged you. It made you witness a lifetime of human events within a short period of time.

How do you go home and explain that experience to the unknowing? You can’t. Words can’t describe all those highs and lows that you experienced during that period.

It wasn’t a self-gratifying European backpacking trip. You weren’t some idol suburbanite trying to find himself on a road trip. Your trip overseas was business–rough, violent, and dangerous business.

You don’t owe an explanation to anyone. The only people you have to answer to are the people you shared that time with and yourself. Your time is done.

Deployment… You’ve been there, you’ve done that.

DEPLOYMENT

DEPLOYMENT

U.S. Navy Anchor

U.S. Navy Anchor

U.S. Navy Anchor
U.S. Navy Anchor
He who controls the seas, controls the world.
All great civilizations understood this
and built their societies around seafaring culture,
whether it was militarily,
 for exploration or for trade.
 

Hail to those brave souls
Carrying our colors at sea
So that the man on the ground
May have one more night of peace

U.S. Navy Anchor

U.S. Navy Anchor

Reading Of The Names – Vietnam Veteran Memorial 2012


Reading Of The Names – Vietnam Veteran Memorial 2012

From November 7 to November 10, 2012, the “Reading Of The Names” will take place at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.  I will have the honor and privilege to read 30 names on November 9th.  I will be reading the following names from Panel  37  W :

1. FIAPAI FANUA JR
2. EDDIE D FOSTER
3. FRED GERTZEN
4. MICHAEL E GIBIS
5. RICKY D GIPSON
6. NICHOLAS V GONZALES
7. DANIEL L GREGG
8. VICTOR HALE
9. CHARLES W HALL JR
10. WAYNE D HAMILTON
11. JOHN D HANCOCK
12. JOHN C HARDING JR
13. MARVIN L HARTMAN
14. JOHN F HIGGINS
15. DAVID M JALBERT
16. RICHARD D JAMES
17. JOHN K KOSTER
18. CONNARD D MALLORY
19. LARRY L MARSH
20. LEROY C MARTINSON
21. CARL J MILLER
22. DAVID N MOORE
23. FRANK F MUSICK
24. STEPHEN E NEAS
25. JERRY L OWENS
26. JOSEPH S PIRRUCCELLO JR
27. ROBERT A REX
28. EARNEST L REYNOLDS
29. FELIX D RIDGE
30. LARRY G SANDNES

I have read up about every one of these men.  Every one of them is a hero.  These names represent only 30 out of the 58,282 men and women who “Gave It All” so others could be free.  These are 30 of the bravest men who ever existed.  Some of them were killed so their “Brothers” could live.  Some were killed by “friendly fire”.  Some are still listed as MIA.  These men were men of honor, courage, loyalty, integrity, spirit, respect, dedication, and patriotism.  These men set the standard for others to aspire to obtain.  None of these men died in vain.  They died trying to preserve freedom in a land where there was none.

I salute these men, they are all my Heroes.  I will NEVER forget them.

To the members of firebase116.org, Chapter 116, Leominster, MA:

I would be honored to remember any men or women that you would like.  I can do etchings of a Heroes name, or leave a message, flowers, a prayer or something for them to let them know that you will NEVER forget them.  I’ll be at The Wall for 4 days.  Let me know if there is anything I can do for you.  Email me your requests: [email protected]