What Veterans’ Day Means to Me

My Great-Grandfather, WWI
my great-grandfather, WWI
my maternal grandfather, WWII
my maternal grandfather, WWII
my paternal grandfather, WWII
my paternal grandfather, WWII

my father-in-law, Vietnam
my father-in-law, Vietnam
My dad, 2nd Ranger Battallion, 1980
My dad, 2nd Ranger Battallion, 1980
My dad, Ranger School Instructor, 1986
My dad, Ranger School Instructor, 1986

My father-in-law and sister-in-law, Jump School Graduation, 1989
My father-in-law and sister-in-law, Jump School Graduation, 1986
My husband, his dad, his sister, Kuwait, 1991
My husband, his dad, his sister, Kuwait, 1991
my mom and dad, 1998
my mom and dad, 1998
my husband, Afghanistan, 2002
my husband, Afghanistan, 2002
my husband and me, 2003
my husband and me, 2003
my sister-in-law, promotion to LTC, 2006
my sister-in-law, promotion to LTC (O-5), 2006
Gregg and Scott, 2007
Gregg and Scott, 2007

The valor and sacrifice of all Veterans can never be honored enough. I am so very proud of every one of you, and I pray daily for those of you currently serving. I hope you will accept my humble thanks.

Happy Veterans’ Day.

Hallee


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