I'd simply like to make a mention of this date, a day that will forever be remembered by Americans and especially by the generation who lived through it. Nothing was too difficult to do, if it helped our Boys (and girls) overseas and every American alive then felt the crunch that devastating war had on this entire world.
If you know someone who served, tell them thanks. If you simply know someone alive who endured those tough times, tell them thanks as well. Those people saved the world as we know it. One of the most precious things I own is a medal, an Armed Forces Medal my Great Uncle wore overseas during WWII. It's never been off my body for a day since being given to me as I deployed to Desert Storm. I am very honored to have received it.
The generations we know as our parents and grandparents endured much so we might still be free. I sometimes cringe to think of how some Americans' spines have softened. We owe it to them, our immediate previous generations, to continue fighting for those things they gave us.
Thanks for listening!