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    Re: stand and be counted

    My little brother just got back from Iraq. I have to be honest and say that it's prolly the first time i've ever been proud of the little bastard for those that are still serving or have served as wayne and garth would say "we're not worthy, we're not worthy"

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    Re: stand and be counted

    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    One of the most sober and moving ceremonies I have ever witnessed. The regiment and precision, as well as respect, are simply amazing. If you've never seen this in person you need to. I did and can't even begin to describe how witnessing this sacred event makes one feel.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eZOvfwWDf8&NR=1

    I tried to find the best video I could...one that included all of the ceremony including a close up of the weapon inspection. This guy's camera starts shaking very badly during that part...sorry. Stay with it though...it is worth it. The respect shown by these young soldiers should be an example for all to follow.
    I was able to observe this ceremony first hand when I was in the 8th grade. Lets just say it made an impression.

    I also want to say thank you to those that are serving and those that have served.

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    Re: stand and be counted

    Stands, bows head and recognizes a moment of silence for those who have sacrificed their lives for their country.

    A shout out to those still on active duty and serving the United States of America with pride.

    And, finally, a thank you to those who have served in any war and are still extant.

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