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Two Steps From Hell - Men Of Honor Part II (Veterans Day Tribute)



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  1. It is not honourable to have to invade and impede a country. It is not honourable to kick down the door of people's houses, where they LIVE and call them terrorists because they have weapons. How would we feel if we were trying to defend our country against invaders but because we had guns to fight back we would be called the terrorists. Open your eyes. Our grandfathers and grandmothers served us during WW1 and WW2 to not be INVADED BY NAZI GERMANY. Thats was a war worth fighting, not invading Iraq or Afghanistan saying they're the threat to out country, because they are not, we are a threat to them.

  2. It is not honourable to have to invade and impede a country. It is not honourable to kick down the door of people's houses, where they LIVE and call them terrorists because they have weapons. How would we feel if we were trying to defend our country against invaders but because we had guns to fight back we would be called the terrorists. Open your eyes. Our grandfathers and grandmothers served us during WW1 and WW2 to not be INVADED BY NAZI GERMANY. Thats was a war worth fighting, not invading Iraq or Afghanistan saying they're the threat to out country, because they are not, we are a threat to them. After all we have been there since 2001 since September 11th because of the smoke and mirrors we have chosen to see.

  3. Beautiful. I wish I could buy the track. It's just an idea, but maybe it would be cool to sell some tracks and donate the proceeds to a charity that helps Veterans or something?

  4. "You wanna know something?" asked my co-pilot after landing on the runway.

    My drifting mind returned to the present reality when we turned our plane right to get off the runway. I blinked twice and slightly shook my head a bit before responding. "Uh, sure. Go ahead."

    "They said that the soldier back there...his spirit was the brightest."

    "What do you mean?" I slightly tilted my head, but refusing to deviate my gaze out the front of the canopy.

    "They said that he was never caught without a smile on his face, except for when he was asleep in the HQ bunk. He was always the man who stood up first when there was something to be done."

    I began to process his words, imagining every moment of his story through his words. "Really?"

    "Yep. They told me everything. He had a big heart for strangers, by the way. He would go up to other soldiers in the base and give them a lift when they were missing their families or wondering if they would be back home in time to see a major event in their children's lives, or even when they were questioning if they would make it home at all. And these were people he hadn't even met. He always had a heart of courage when he went into battles. He was unstoppable."

    My eyes grew the more he described what he was told by his friends, even strangers. "Wow..." I turned my head down a little bit, imagining what he was like. "Go on..."

    "Well, they did mention an encouraging quote from him. It became the motto of his entire platoon. The stronger your heart, the stronger you fight. Heh heh."

    I couldn't help but smile, even though I had never met him. We were just transporting him. "Wow. There is a lot of truth behind that."

    "I know, right? They mentioned that last week that the HQ was attacked, and they all mentioned his motto when they were fighting."

    "What is he? A soldier, or a commander?"

    "He was all three."

    "Three?"

    We looked at each other when the side door of the plane opened. He gave a smile for a second. "Both a soldier, and a commander, but most importantly: a man of honor."

    We looked to the rear as six men were walking off with a closed casket, with a flag layed across the top of it. I never pictured myself mourning so much over someone I had never met, but I noticed a tear running down my cheek. "Welcome home, brother."

  5. Respects from CANADA, for those who served and protected and made sacrifices to help bring peace across the lands and for ever they shall be remembered for what they did and what they did for each other. Respects to all countries include our brothers (U.S.A, United Kingdom (great Britain) Canada it's self for all the help they did back then and even today's war to help bring peace to this world. and to the other allied countries that are with Canada, respects to you's as well. Let peace roam free around the world. i will be following my families timeline to be in the army so for those who wish me luck type good luck or like to pay your respects. thank you

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Two Steps From Hell - Men Of Honor Part II (Veterans Day Tribute)