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I posted this in the POLITICAL FORUM because American's have such a varied opinion of the wars in the Middle East. As one who returned from a war zone decades ago, who was drafted into the service I have a little envy for the returning youngsters but a great deal of pride for these fellow Americans.
This video was taken March 14, 2012. It was one of the last R&R flights coming to DFW International. In excess of 3,000 people showed up including several Tuskegee Airmen, and Congressman Sam Johnson a former POW of 7 years. The Sergeant Major of the Army of which there have only been 14, the Commanding General for Ft. Hood was there as were numerous other General Officers.
The one speech that stands out in this video is the one given by recent Medal of Honor recipient, Staff Sergeant Salvatore A. Giunta. He did not use notes or a teleprompter.
If you've read this far, click the You Tube site below. Maybe you'll experience some of my pride watching my fellow citizens.