Our World is in Chaos Right Now. We Will Have 20,000 Troops at the Presidential Inauguration.

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What a wild and crazy world we live in today. The chaos is world wide.

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They have called up 20,000 National Guard troops for the inauguration next week. That is more than ten times the amount of troops that are now in Afghanistan.

Some feel this may lead to even more problems. They say it could be another Kent State from many years ago.

I saw pictures of troops sleeping in the halls of the House of Represenitives. Pelosi has to walk right by them on her way to the House. floor.

News of the day:

We salute these military veterans who stood up to rioters on Capitol Hill.

Former Navy SEAL bragged about taking part in Capitol riots in now-deleted Facebook video. His name is Adam Newbold.

National Guard infantryman arrested after taking selfie inside the Capitol during riots. In the selfie he was filliping of the viewers. He didn’t think he was doing anything illegal.

The Navy is eyeing a brand new destroyer bristling with lasers and hypersonic weapons.

Police officer who faced down mob at Capitol is an Iraq War Army vet.

We salute the Navy Corpsman who rushed to save a man’s life after a serious car accident.

A VA hospital worker stole medical equipment needed for COVID-19 patients and sold it on eBay. ( He was arrested and sent to prison for three months, and has to pay $132,291 in restitution. His name is Gene Wamsley.

Army to conduct extra background screening on soldiers at Biden inauguration.

Army identifies soldier killed in vehicle accident in Kuwait
Staff Sgt. Anthony Bermudez, 28, was killed in a non-combat vehicle accident in Kuwait on Monday. Two other soldiers were injured.
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A very busy day in the military.

What is your feeling about what is going on in our country? Upset? Don’t care? Want to do something about it?

I am two of the above three. I am very upset, and I want us to do something about it.

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I am reminding you again that the format on this site will be changing soon. The projected date is February 1st. I will slowly let you know the changes so that you won’t go into shock when it changes.

Most of the site will be allocated to reaching out to hurting veterans, and military. The is such a need to do that, and I don’t see many places doing just that.

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How are you doing? Are you one of the hurting people?

You are not alone, my friend. There are over 10,950 fellow veterans here who have your back.

However, if it is just to much right now, and you feel like you are being weighted down like a huge magnate, GET HELP!

Here is a toll free number to call 24/7. There are highly qualified counselors there to help you and the advice is free.

Do not try to take on this world alone.

1-800-273-8255 Option # 1

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!

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Many Things Are Happening to Our Troops These, Days and Much of It is Not Good

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Much news today about the military. A sad note is that one of the people killed at the National Capitol rioting was a veteran. She was in the USAF and had in 14 years.

Here are only the headlines for the rest of our military:

An Air Force F-16 just fired off a pair of swarming munitions for the first time

Two-star Air Force general demoted to colonel for affair with subordinate

Feds charge retired Air Force officer for allegedly taking part in the Capitol Hill insurrection

The Capitol Hill insurrection reveals veterans are at war against themselves

Florida men arrested for stealing remains of deceased veterans for religious rituals

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I am very proud that I served my country. I am very proud of you for serving your country. It is a honor to protect our country from the enemy.

When I see ll the terrible rioting and discourse, it breaks my heart that our country is under siege. If only those rioters could spend a few weeks in countries that have dictators. They may love their country a little more.

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I do not agree with the rioting that happened against our national Capitol. As a matter of fact, I am 100% against it. It was wrong and had other nations looking at us in disgust.

We have to move on. I do not care what side you were on about the results of our election. We have to move on, and regroup. Things will work out to the good eventually. We just need to be patient.

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How did you do during thee rioting at our Capitol. I sat there almost in tears, to see people breaking windows, and stealing things.

Are you doing OK? Have you taken one day at a time and survived? If not GET HELP!!

Also, there are over 10,900 fellow veterans on this site who have your back.

Here is a Toll free number to call. Even the counseling is free.

Do not take on this crazy world alone!

!-800-273-8255 Option # 1

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all… never, ever, give up!

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It is Extremely Hard to Lose a Buddy in the Military

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What a horrible day we had on Wednesday of this week. I was ashamed to say I was an American when I sat and watched what was going on.

I am 100% against what happened.

They accomplished nothing, and it put a stain on our country.

This kind of terrorism has to stop and it has to stop now.

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I thought I would share a couple of excerpts from my up coming book, Signs of Hope for the Military: In and Out of the Trenches of Life.

This is actually two stories of where I lost a buudy.

The first one is when three of us buddies decided to enlist in the military together. We were in basic together. We were in MOS training, and we were sent to Korea. Three of us together, but only two came back alive.

One of my friends came down with some local crude and died. No real answers there, but a huge loss to me.

The second buudy I lost was while I was deployed to Korea. One of the Signal Corp guys and became good friends. We worked together and played together.

One morning when we had formation, I noticed he was missing. The officer in charge announced that my buddy had “drowned,” in a honey bucket. A Honey Bucket is a spot where all the farmers bring their human waste to be used to fertilize the crops.

I found out later that my friend got seriously drunk and was staggering back to our camp in the dark. He stumbled into the honey bucket and suffocated. He did drown.

That broke my spirit for a long time. Two buddies gone in one year. ___________________________________

Have you lost a buddy? Does it still cause you pain? I hear you clearly!!

Don’t forget that there are 10,800 fellow veterans on this site who have been on the same boat. They have your back.

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If it come to you overwhelmed and lost, GET HELP!!

Here is a toll free number for you to call that is free. Even the counseling is free. There are highly qualified counselors there to help you. They will not hang up until they know you are OK

1-800-273-8255 Option 1

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all….never, ever, give up!

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