This Veteran’s Day, I would like to honor family members who have served this country.
I would like to honor my Father, Richard V. Moline III, who served this country in the US Navy before I was born.
I would like to honor my Sister in Law, Betina Garcia, who currently serves this country as an Army Corporal.
I would like to honor the memory my Uncle, James Carr, who like my father, also served in the U.S. Navy.
I would like to honor the memory of wife’s Grandfather, Therman Branning, who served in World War 2, including as a member of the U.S. Army Cleanup Crew after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
I would like to honor my Uncle Herman Jones, who recently returned from Iraq where he was a member of the team training Iraqi Police Officers
I also would like to honor my friends who have served this country,
I would like to honor John Savage, who I worked with at GetOnTheAir, who served as an Army Ranger in Iraq.
I honor my old school friend Josh Brown who I know currently serves this country, though I don’t know with which branch of the military.
I know there are many more to honor who have served or are serving, and I’m very sorry if I forgot you in this post. I am very proud of everyone who has served this country. God bless all of you.
Thank you to everyone who served in the U.S. Military, not just those I’ve listed here, but every single man and woman who has put on a uniform. I owe my safety and security in this country to the sacrifice you’ve given to us.