We Will Never Forget

Memorial Day

Today is a very important day. It is the day that we take a step back from the normal hustle-and-bustle of our everyday lives and remember those who gave their lives to protect the freedoms we all enjoy today.

I know that I have a number of MorganLinton.com readers who are currently serving in the military, and I also know that I have many readers that have lost a friend or family member in a war. I wanted to take this moment to sincerely thank every single blog reader who currently serves in our military as well as honor those who had friends or family that lost their lives while in service.

While spending one day to put focus on these incredible sacrifices is important, I think it is even more important to know that this gratitude, this celebration of life spans much more than a day, it should span our entire lifetime. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families who have lost loved ones making the ultimate sacrifice for our country, we will never forget them.

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  • Joe May 27, 2015, 8:05 pm

    I think it’s very painful to go to war for those killed in the same family members as seen in the movies from your country, delivered a letter or give them a visit to give them the bad news of the death combat your husband or wife and also that of your child.
    I remember an interview that Clint Eastwood making his movie “Sniper” in this interview that young reconsiders the view and many like to see that those who died in World War II were young patriots to give his life for his country and were loved by all.
    Any change when it had to go to war South Korea against North Korea in this as in Vietnam we were cannon fodder many think for the vast majority to be there and that give our lives for a war that no was his.
    In conclusion I wish with all my heart that those who read this letter of mine, I always thought to ask qjuién was the first man marine of the United States as seen in the documentary `died in Normandy landing beaches at the landing that made WWII fall months later Nazism.
    To all of them I dedicate this song to a friend who did not want war, but by mistake and friendship rather unwillingly gave his life for a sincere friendship for him and for all who lose their lives in other wars for my all be patriots (RIP). https://youtu.be/fhNrqc6yvTU

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