“Sir, Allow me to start by saying a huge thank you for your service to this country. I also wanted you to know that we share the experience of being bullied. I was also bullied, woke every day knowing I was probably be hurt. I was also afraid to fight back even though I was a big kid. Your story is so similar to mine that it gave me a chill down my spine. Let’s just say we both fought a few battles before going in the service. Thanks again. I salute you.” Pete

“Good morning,
I just watched the show and wanted to say thank you and all the men that served, My grandpa, served in the Korean war, he showed me pictures of him and told some stories. I have so much respect for all the things you guys had to go threw and see. My other grandfather R. Hoffman served in world war 2. I will always fly an American flag and POW/MIA flag out side of my house. All of the guys that have served for our country is a huge inspiration to me, you guys are the toughest men i have ever meet! Thank you again for your service and thank you for sharing your story, you will never be forgotten.” – B. Iler

“Thank you so very much for your service to our great country. It takes a very special person to put their life on the line to protect us. Stay strong and please know what people like you all mean to the rest of us. My father was a Marine in World War II and taught me to ALWAYS respect and thank every veteran you can – at every opportunity you have. You have helped this country more than you will ever know. God bless you and your families.” P. Howel

“I would like to thank each and everyone of you for your service. My Dad was in WW2 and went on to the Korean War. He is gone now, but I think of him every day. You Veterans have made this Country what it is today. Thank God for our Veterans. Your Bravery and Service is second to none. I Salute you and once again thank you so very much.” – D. Cozzolino

“I want to personally thank you for your service to our country. Everything you have gone through in your personal life has enlightened me to realize how minuscule my problems are. God bless you and your family!” Respectfully, R. Cunius