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May 21, 2005

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» Armed Forces Day from Speed of Thought
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» Armed Forces Day from Iraq War Today
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» We Salute You! Armed Forces Day 2005 from Reasoned Audacity: Politics in Real Life
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» We Salute You! Armed Forces Day 2005 from Reasoned Audacity: Politics in Real Life
To all of you serving our country in the military today -- and your families -- we salute you! We thank you. We pray for you. And to Josh, Michael, and Will, in particular . . .We Love You! Be... [Read More]

» We Salute You! Armed Forces Day 2005 from Reasoned Audacity: Politics in Real Life
To all of you serving our country in the military today -- and your families -- we salute you! We thank you. We pray for you. And to Josh, Michael, and Will, in particular . . .We Love You! Be... [Read More]

» We Salute You! Armed Forces Day 2005 from Reasoned Audacity: Politics in Real Life
To all of you serving our country in the military today -- and your families -- we salute you! We thank you. We pray for you. And to Josh, Michael, and Will, in particular . . .We Love You! Be... [Read More]

» Thanks to the men from Airborne Combat Engineer
Blackfive provides a link to a scheduled of activities around the nation on this special day and a link to the history of Armed Forces Day. The Golden Knights are showing their stuff at Andrews AFB. [Read More]

» Thanks to the men from Airborne Combat Engineer
... serving now, in the past, and in the future (especially those who sign up now) Blackfive provides a link to a scheduled of activities around the nation on this special day and a link to the history of Armed [Read More]

» Thanks to the men from Airborne Combat Engineer
... serving now, in the past, and in the future (especially those who sign up now) Blackfive provides a link to a scheduled of activities around the nation on this special day and a link to the history of Armed [Read More]

» Armed FOrces Day from Fox Rants
Thank you. Two words that seem so small, how can they ever express my gratitude that is larger than words? God bless our troops. [Read More]

» Catching my eye: morning A through Z from The Glittering Eye
Here's what's caught my eye this morning: Blackfive points out that today is Armed Forces Day. To all the men and women serving in our uniform, thank you. Don't miss this first-hand report of Operation Matador over at LGF. Sissy... [Read More]

» Seattle Recruiting Protest from Righty in a Lefty State
As May 21st is/was Armed Forces Day, some groups planned protests at recruiting offices around the country [Read More]

» Catching my eye: morning A through Z from The Glittering Eye
Here's what's caught my eye this morning: Blackfive points out that today is Armed Forces Day. To all the men and women serving in our uniform, thank you. Don't miss this first-hand report of Operation Matador over at LGF. Sissy... [Read More]

» Monday Winds of War: May 23/05 from Winds of Change.NET
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» Monday Winds of War: May 23/05 from Winds of Change.NET
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» Weekend catchup from The Freeholder
Blackfive reminds us of Armed Forces Day. [Read More]

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