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12 Military Sign Ideas

Welcoming your hero home? Here are 10 “welcome home” signs sure to make them smile! I’d wait for you forever, but (days of deployment) days is long enough! His Eyes are (color), His Boots are Black, Out of My Way, My Hero is Back! Welcome home soldier! Prepare to be debriefed! ...
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Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes, They Wear Dog Tags

When most people think of a hero, they think of some type of caped crusader who fights bad guys and always saves the day. And while heroes like Batman and Superman may be fictional, there are real heroes among us- the men and women who wear the uniform of the United States military.
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Happy Veterans Day!

Are you a veteran? Do you know one? Odds are someone in your life has served in the military: as of 2014, there were 21.8 million veterans living in the United States. Whether you are a veteran, are related to a veteran, or are an acquaintance of a veteran, take the time today to celebrate the se...
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You Play Call of Duty? Yeah, Us Too.

“Call of duty” takes on a new meaning when you’re a member of the military. It’s easy to pretend to be a soldier when you’re sitting on your couch with a bag of chips and a blanket. There is nothing comfortable about being a member of the United States military- it takes hard work, sacrifice, and...
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Being a Soldier is More than Courage...

Soldiers are some of the most courageous men and women out there, but their job is more than just courage alone. Other jobs may be equally hard or dangerous, but the sacrifice a soldier makes is for a higher purpose- defending our nation’s freedom. If you have thanked a former or current soldier ...
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