SHOUTOUT TO VIETNAM VETS FROM THE 59 VETERANS PROJECT!

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It’s our pleasure here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT to give a special shoutout this week to all our Vietnam War veterans. Hand salute to each and everyone of you!
Please share this post and tell everyone about our project to help veterans. Come visit us here on Facebook and join us with a page like…and a hand salute to all our military veterans and valorous men and women serving in our Armed Forces! https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/

Veteran Army Ranger

Bet you can’t guess who this famous person is before you click on the link!

Patrick
Veteran Army Ranger 
You could have knocked me over with a feather when I saw whothey were talking about…I had no idea…wait till you see who it is. What a simple but mostsincere and moving acceptance speech. Loved his recommendation for all our politicos.
Many people may have forgotten about his time in the U.S. Army. He is the son of an Air Force General, and an accomplished Golden Gloves boxer, and he graduated from Pomona College with a B.S. degree, and then became a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford University.


He joined the U.S. Army at the prompting of his father. After graduating from Officer Candidate School he attended and graduated from both Army Airborne and Ranger training in the very top of each class. He was selected for U. S. Army Special Forces Training but refused so that he could attend pilot training where he earned his wings, and became an accomplished U.S. Army helicopter (gun ship) pilot, and achieved the rank of Captain.


He was about to be promoted to the rank of Major, and appointed to teach at West Point when he resigned his commission from the Army to go into music and acting. You can tell in this video that his time in the military means a lot to him. I won’t give away who it is. You should just watch.

A VET’S DINER EXPERIENCE–HAVE LOTS OF KLEENIX!

Yep, this oughta put a tear in your eye and a lump in your throat even if you never served in the military and walked the wall.  Just scroll down and click on the link.

 Patrick The Poet

 

 Subject:  VET’S DINER EXPERIENCE
  
 
Warning:   If you served in Vietnam, this diner scene may bring a tear to your eye or choke you up.