By Tom Oathout
An American Son is the thread from which the United States is woven: from Bunker Hill to Iraq and Afghanistan.
If you served this nice nation and again, I salute you. if you happen to served and didn't, I honor you within the simply method I know.
May God Bless our American sons and daughters,
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