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May 26, 2008
Memorial Day

Posted by Bill

Cpl. Jeffrey B. Starr:

"I don't regret going, everybody dies but few get to do it for something as important as freedom. It may seem confusing why we are in Iraq, it's not to me. I'm here helping these people, so that they can live the way we live. Not have to worry about tyrants or vicious dictators. To do what they want with their lives. To me that is why I died. Others have died for my freedom, now this is my mark."

2nd Lt. Mark Daily:

"I joined the fight because it occurred to me that many modern day 'humanists' who claim to possess a genuine concern for human beings throughout the world are in fact quite content to allow their fellow 'global citizens' to suffer under the most hideous state apparatuses and conditions. Their excuses used to be my excuses."

1st Lt. Travis Manion:

"Travis spoke at length, easing the minds of many team members. He was very proud of being a warrior, and the warrior spirit. I remember him saying that it would dishonor a man as a warrior if you did not continue the fight, despite the pain and loss. We have turned back to his words to help us through this time."

Captain Dan Eggers:

"As my classmates and I endured our 'knob' year, we were constantly reminded of the recently graduated seniors, specifically Dan Eggers," Maxwell said. "Although I never met Dan, I felt like I knew him by the end of my first year. He was loved by his classmates and was a legend to cadets like myself who followed in his footsteps."

Ensign Billy Martin:

At this point you realize that there is a lot more to flying than most people think and a thrill comes over you as you feel that you're a part of it. Just being upstairs, cruising around looking at the beautiful green patches that make up the earth and contrasting it with the sky of blue tinted with red and yellow where the sun peeps through clouds makes you feel, 'this is where I belong.'

I'd like instructing for a while, but when the months passed and I kept hearing of what our boys are doing over there, I know the urge would become so great to get out there with them and do some damage myself. I'd like being an instructor so we could be together and enjoy some of the happiness we've been waiting for. Then like any other American, I'd want to get out there and do my part. You understand how I feel, don't you hon?

When victory is ours then I'll be able to come home to my little wife whom I adore with all of my heart and try to give her all of the happiness she so richly deserves. I'll feel proud to know that I can see why millions of my fellows feel as I do; this is worth fighting for. It's worth more than just a life, for a nation to settle down from the turbulence incurred in the past years, so that girls and fellows may live as they should. May God be with all of them.

Guess I've said enough, so I'll end with my undying love for you dear. Good day until the morrow.

Love always,


Posted by Bill at May 26, 2008 01:53 PM | TrackBack (0)


Thank you Bill for the memorial to your Grandfather. I was very touched. Love, Grandma

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