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You often hear soldiers of all branches calling each other Sister or Brother.
And this Loyal bond goes far beyond the children from the same Father or Mother.
No matter what uniform stripes, stars or bars they wear.
The bond military members have can be felt in the air.
The air they breath as they sing cadence with pride.
And a six mile run is no more than a stride.
The air they exhale when they yell their Battle Cry
The air Praying to Jesus before they die.
To be called a military Sister or Brother is the ultimate Respect.
And to Hell with all that discount this or try to object.
We all took an Oath laying our Lives on the line.
In Defense of our Country and were so proud to sign.
It's just not Active Duty or Reserves who gets the Honors above.
Each and everyone of the Veterans before us need our Ultimate Love...
Stanley Victor Paskavich
Disabled USAF TSGT Veteran



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