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post #2041 of 2048
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Originally Posted by canadianmedic View Post

Thank you for that! Sadly, here in Canada our military doesn't get the same support that you all show for yours.
Semper Fi!
I was in Canada once on Remembrance Day (Nov 11), and it seemed like a genuine big deal to most people. In the USA a lot of people seem to forget. My impression was that Canadians deeply respect and honor the sacrifices made by a few.
post #2042 of 2048

Please don't get me wrong, and I'm not sure that this is the proper place for this discussion. However, remembrance is huge here! But the day to day support you show your troops and what happens in Canada are two different things. Many years ago we were on convoy heading down for training. Road crews stopped working and saluted us and placed their hand over their hearts. As we passed through a city, people would wave and cheer. Just saying we don't see that up here.

post #2043 of 2048

Happy to say that I am retired, as is my wife.  After college, I began my work career as a police officer in Atlanta.  After 8 years a brief stint at a bank, then went to law school and spent most of my career as a lawyer. 

post #2044 of 2048

Retired Union Pipefitter. Local 208, Denver, Colorado.

post #2045 of 2048

Correctional officer

post #2046 of 2048
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Originally Posted by GaryW121 View Post
 

Correctional officer


That's Great, we can always use one of them here!! :biggrin:

 

Welcome, Gary!! :welcome1:

 

 

Bear

post #2047 of 2048


lol I cant be the 1st on this thread lol. big shoes to fill lol

post #2048 of 2048

retired 11 years ago after 41 years with the largest industrial supply company in the USA, specializing in bearings, power transmission, electrical, pnuematic, and hydraulic  equipment for industry.

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