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Jun-02-2011 15:53printcommentsVideo

Thank Your Local Marines and Service members- Special Video

Please watch this moving video.

Marine corporal in Iraq's Anbar province asks a local man if he has weapons in his home.
Marine corporal in Iraq's Anbar province asks a local man if he has weapons in his home. Salem-News.com photo by Tim King

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - Some points are very much worth making. As long as Americans are being sent off to fight wars, it is important to support them because those who serve do not make the rules, however they follow them and often this leads to extremely difficult circumstances, both during and after combat service.

This video's title on YouTube reads as follows:

"An average group of Americans gathered to publicly thank their United Stated Military for the freedom they provide. If you want to thank your military, pass this video on to every person you know so it will eventually reach every present and former military person across the globe. We want the military to know we appreciate their service and sacrifice!"

Please watch and forward this page: http://media.causes.com/576542?p_id=92681239.

The goal is 10,000,000 views.

Watch for the Marine who bends down to shake a little girl's hand. See what she does. Please watch to the end of the program so it counts as a viewing and then please forward!

PLEASE CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR TROOPS AND ALLIES!





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Michael April 28, 2012 4:45 pm (Pacific time)

Past and present service members can never ever be thanked enough. In Wisconsin it was most appreciated by us veterans when Burger King, Texas Road House and Applebee's contributed by showing their gratitude.

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