Thank You For Your Service (A Moment of Truth)

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  • Published on:  Friday, May 25, 2012
  • The Vietnam War marked a time of social unrest that divided our nation like never before. Service members returning home with physical and emotional scars were greeted with an unprecedented level of disrespect and dishonor. The courage and sacrifice of our veterans cannot be overstated. When you encounter them, thank them for their service. You never know how powerful those words may be. Find your moment at www.Moments.org.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/x2L3skZ7FEw
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  • Frank Loma

    Frank Loma

     4 years ago +125

    Great Video. Unfortunately those who served in Vietnam never got the "Thank You"  they deserved. My father was a World War II Veteran. I made a similar tribute for him and all of his Brothers and Sisters here and in Heaven  http://youtu.be/1lG8GDYdKsc

  • Rose Lewis

    Rose Lewis

     4 years ago +18

    I really enjoyed this simple and well done acknowledgment but unfortunately all too truthful neglect depiction of our Vietnam Veterans.  Good job on the video.  Thank you to all veterans for your service.

  • godandcountry720

    godandcountry720

     4 years ago +401

    When i returned home from Iraq ppl would say "thank you" and my response is always the same  don't thank me thank the ones that came before me it is them that chance to serve because with out them i would have never the chance

  • William Tipton

    William Tipton

     4 years ago +116

    Thank You for Your Service to our Country..

  • sonrouge

    sonrouge

     4 years ago +19

    Thanks, Dad.

  • Dave Donahue

    Dave Donahue

     4 years ago +187

    Thanks to all those who served and to those who served with me in the U.S. Marines.  You guys were my only family when my dad died and I had to join the service. Thanks for all the support you gave me some 30 odd years ago. Semper Fi USMC 1981-1986,  USNR SBU13 North Island 1988-1990

  • tbiggers2002

    tbiggers2002

     4 years ago +13

    So many deserve our thanks including my two cousins.  They wore the uniforms just like the soldiers today do but yet for some reason they were treated less than dirt.  We as a country should be ashamed.  I thank all our veterans from WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf, Desert Storm, Operation, Enduring Freedom, OIF, and Afghanistan and what is still going on and what will continue to go on in the very near future.  Thank you is not enough.....

  • E Miff

    E Miff

     4 years ago +1905

    The American forces in Vietnam never got the recognition they rightly deserved. As an ex British soldier I hope you don't object if I too thank you for your service. Soldiers everywhere are brothers. God bless.

  • joshua holmes

    joshua holmes

     4 years ago +5

    TO ALL WHO SERVE AND TO ALL WHO HAVE SERVED THANK YOU YOUR SERVICE IT CANNOT BE SAID ENOUGH THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE YOU HAVE DONE

  • ltbosslady

    ltbosslady

     4 years ago +428

    As a 65 year old woman, daughter of a retired Navy Captain, Navy Cross recipient, who grew up during the Vietnam era I know all too well how the Vietnam vet felt. It is an entire generation of those who served our country who have never been honored for their sacrifices.  It is not hard to spot those who served in "Nam"... in a war that caused so much anger and hatred at home.  There is a look about them...their eyes tell the story even if their words never do.  They too deserve recognition,  as do all those who serve now, and served in the past.   Our WWII Veterans are fast disappearing... lets also make sure we take time to acknowledge those members of "The Greatest Generation"... Thank you for your service Dad!

  • Billie Hicks

    Billie Hicks

     4 years ago +74

    Very touching! It made me cry.

  • Alf James

    Alf James

     4 years ago +5

    As a veteran of the current conflict, I want to THANK the ones who came before and paved the way for us. You were never treated right and I have always felt that buying your meal or even your groceries is not enough. I am still going to do it but damn that big green weenie is still ....

  • Tom Moore

    Tom Moore

     4 years ago +51

    to all my brothers--that are still around after 30 to 45 years --don't forget and never be forgotten

  • Jon Mauss

    Jon Mauss

     4 years ago +8

    I swear I got something in my eye!

  • HaTReD

    HaTReD

     4 years ago +1

    Nice ^^

  • Eric Costain

    Eric Costain

     4 years ago +4

    thank you all men and women in the military who is Serving our country from my bottom of my heart

  • Eric Costain

    Eric Costain

     4 years ago +5

    To all men and women thank you for your service

  • Paul T

    Paul T

     4 years ago +174

    America Must Never Forget That Soldiers Are Not Politicians & Our Military Serve The Nation Not Power Hungry Politicians!  I want Thanks Veterans whom have served.

  • Tristan Mason

    Tristan Mason

     4 years ago +9

    Thank you to all of the veterans!!

  • TxInfinity

    TxInfinity

     4 years ago +87

    We will never forget those who served!