A story without words about two young American heroes…

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If you have even a small token of appreciation for our US military men and women, we ask that you please share this post with someone.  All of America needs to see this story without words.  Not all our heroes are issued a uniform and deploy overseas; some of our heroes simply wait at home for those who do deploy to return.  The home-based hero often has a longer tour of duty — a lifetime — than the one who fought and came back.

A commitment to serve our country can take many different forms.

Does your own life feel a little more blessed after seeing these pictures?  We hope so.  Ours sure did.

 

NORM ‘n’ AL, Minneapolis
normal@usa1usa.com
612.239.0970

 

 

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