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This is a monument to those humans and animals, past and present, that have served our country, or have supported those who defend it.

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Comments for Tennessee

Misty Armour on 3/20/2014 at 19:35 says:

Here is a song written for all of those who suffer in silence with PTSD. My husband is a combat veteran (Marine Corps Infantry) of Iraq. 2nd Battalion 4th Marines will be honoring those fallen in a 10 year anniversary ceremony for the battle of Ramadi this April in California. I hope to be participating in a new military equine therapy program here in TN as soon as they are up and running! Hope you like the song! "How a Hero Lives" http://m.reverbnation.com/artist/mistyarmour

Thanks Misty! What a wonderful song. Everyone can pay tribute in their own special way!

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Teresa Bright on 11/11/2013 at 14:46 says:

My dad, SSG Wade Murph was so proud to serve in the military. He was in the Army for 22 years, and after he retired, he always regretted retiring. He was the epitome of a soldier. He lived it every day. He was in Korea twice and Germany twice. I want to thank him and all of the other veterans and active duty personnel. God bless them all!


Indeed! What a handsome soldier!

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Kenitha Halliburton on 7/7/2012 at 05:29 says:

I would like to share my pride and love for my families who served, some lived, some died, in previous wars. And to my nephew who is currently serving in the Navy. I love them dearly and pray all come home safely. I am grateful for what they do/have done, to ensure our liberties. Always LOVE, Mrs. H.

Kenitha, we can't wait till they come home, AND we are dedicated to making sure they get what they need once they are home. Let's support our Veterans.

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