Even though we don't need a reminder of the worst terrorist attack on our country in history, today is still a somber remembrance of watching the World Trade Center towers crumbling down into the streets. I cannot remember what I did a week ago, but I could tell you exactly what I was doing 11 years ago. I was home sick from school, and walked into the living room to hear my mother say that a plane lost control and struck a tower in New York. I was sitting on my couch under a blanket with a thermometer in my mouth when the second plane struck. I couldn't comprehend what was going on in the world at that time, but I knew that one day I would doing something about that situation. I joined the Army not to collect a paycheck, or to drain the governments benefits, but to fight the disgusting individuals that had cause my country pain and anguish that will last a lifetime. I hope that each of you will take the time and remember what you were doing that day, and what that day means to each and every one of you.
R.I.P SPC James Lee Adair KIA 29JUN07 Baghdad, Iraq
R.I.P SPC Camy Florexil 24JUL07 Baghdad, Iraq
http://christophermonterasupport.com/ This is another close friend of mine that was on my first deployment to Iraq that was wounded here on his 4th deployment. I'm not asking you to donate to his cause, but I would like for you to read his story.
GOD BLESS AMERICA.
"How do you want to handle it?"
"We kill them all"
Sons of Anarchy