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Show Of Hands May 28th, 2012 12:00am

Do you have any family members who have died while serving the U.S. in the Armed Forces?

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05/28/12 4:06 pm

god bless all our troops past and present, and thank you

05/28/12 3:12 pm

Thanks to all that have served us

05/28/12 3:00 pm

Generations served, all lived thankfully

05/28/12 2:58 pm

not that I know though, but God bless our heros!

dabrat East Coast
05/28/12 2:58 pm

No, thankfully, but I want to thank every service person out there for their sacrifice for me and our country. We'd be nowhere w/o You!

05/28/12 2:52 pm

No but my hubby is a disabled vet & his dad died from cancer related to agent orange. It was years later so I don't count that.

USNavyVet Sonar Man STG2
05/28/12 2:42 pm

No none of my friends either(vietnam) era,my ships were never attacked in the medi or caribbean never th ought they would be. Came close to Russian ships though.

hippiedude fields of green
05/28/12 2:36 pm

I never met them but they were my grandpops dad and i think uncle

05/28/12 2:11 pm

Many served and they all came back.

05/28/12 1:49 pm

No, although captured and presumed dead only to escape and be found by allied forces.

goldy California
05/28/12 1:37 pm

Revolutionary war and civil war. Do they count?

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
05/28/12 1:36 pm

American Revolution and Civil war (North), World War One.

Rosebud Ohio
05/28/12 1:35 pm

No close family. Extended family I didn't know well, people my family served with, kids I went to school with...
And my brothers friend who we're sharing the day with, 10 people he served with. The stories he shares about those men... It's so sad... There's no words.

05/28/12 12:57 pm

But to those who had lost loved ones serving this great country, my condolences to you.

05/28/12 12:49 pm

Not here. But i had two great grandparents and a great-uncle who died serving Germany during WWII. its brave that they were fighting to protect Germany, but at the same time its sad that they were under the leadership of a demented and disturbed führer.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
05/28/12 11:51 am

In WWII, far enough removed and long enough ago to be a relative but not "family".

05/28/12 11:29 am

Thanks Fresh--this thread should remain non-political. Thank you to all who are serving and have served in the past. Thank you to the families who have sacrificed their loved ones for all of us. Words cannot express the depth and breadth of the gratitude in my heart as I write this.

05/28/12 11:22 am

"There on the front line, [our troops] are dying, and they don't even know what they are dying for." ~Ron Paul
***End the Wars***Bring our Troops Home***Lead by Example***Not by Force***Ron Paul 2012***

WhoDat Missouri
05/28/12 11:15 am

I'm sure someone has somewhere down the line, but thankfully none of my close family..

05/28/12 11:08 am

Thankfully they have all made it back

05/28/12 11:03 am

More importantly Romney has a really aggressive stance on using our men to go into Iran and stuff. Both will use them for UN interests.

But seriously I don't think this comment section should get political. Im not gonna post here anymore.

Just thanks to our service members.

barbearnj Dreaming of Banff
05/28/12 11:02 am

No but I am endlessly grateful for their sacrifice. My dad and hubby served but both came home thank Gid.

05/28/12 10:54 am

***Ron Paul got more money from the troops than all the other candidates put together! THINK ABOUT THAT PEOPLE!***

05/28/12 10:52 am

@Fresh1 - Very well said, I second that.

05/28/12 10:52 am

Hmm my grandfathers both served in World War 2 but neither actually saw combat...however I have an ancestor who was wounded at Shiloh in the Civil War. Although my ancestors have fought in most US wars none died as far as I know.

05/28/12 10:51 am

Thank you to all the families for supporting our soldiers and sacrificing so much for the defense of our nation. Thanks to the soldiers and vets as well.

05/28/12 10:41 am

First!! And yes :( they died proudly though