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Memorial Day Tribute to Vietnam Era (Part 2)

It is really hard to do justice with one post of such an historic era, thus I present to our heroes a continued of medley of songs of the Vietnam: The “Rock ‘n Roll” War (1965 – 1971).

 

"Home is where you dig" was the sign over a fighting bunker, 1968.  Image courtesy of Squidoo.

“Home is where you dig” was the sign over a fighting bunker, 1968. Image courtesy of Squidoo.

 

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A Marine stands watch in an observation tower as a chaplain holds mass on Hill 950, July 31, 1967 Image Courtesy of Squidoo.

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Once again, I thank the valiant for their service and their sacrifice as we honor you this Memorial Day and yes, of course, blessings, and thanks Casper Platoon and AFVN RADIO who compiled this wonderful list.

 

 

God bless the families and friends of these valiant heroes as well, for your sacrifices were not in vein.  We love you all.

 

 

GOD BLESS AMERICA.

 

Links:

http://www.casperplatoon.com/VietnamWarMusic.htm

http://www.afvn.tv/

http://www.squidoo.com/vietnam-war-pictures

 

I am an American, Black female, Christian, Conservative and a Sagittarian. I am also a firm believer in God, family and country. I love the liberties and freedom in accordance with the Constitution and have no intention of walking or running away from those freedoms as bestowed upon us by the Founders. Born and raised in the Empire State, I am a mother, aunt and grandmother having raised a son and four nieces on my own while caring for a disabled spouse. The Heavenly Father is my Messiah not the jackrabbit and deceiver in the White House. I thank the Lord above for giving us His Son, Jesus Christ, who in turn died so that we may live. Member of the sisterhood who strongly believes in fighting the good fight. I am also an advocate for those unable to fight and speak for themselves. Not one to live or think within the box, I am free-spirited and capable of drawing my own conclusion. Any input by the Progressive establishment on both the left and the right is most unwelcome.

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  • http://crockettlives.wordpress.com Bob Mack

    Like Bob Hope used to say, “Thanks for the memories.” …

    The song that always got the most sing-alongs was “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place” by Eric Burdon & the Animals, for obvious reasons.