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Memorial Day Tribute #7519176 05/24/19 03:39 PM
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The author is Joe De Cree, a retired Special Forces officer.

MEMORIAL DAY
The rain drips off the peak of my cap;
Speckles my vision.
The marching band plays in G Major but I hear only minor chords.
Old Glory passes by and I make the automatic but heartfelt salute.
I attend the ball games and barbeques
But I am not really there.
I want to leave so as not to bring down the party.
I am remembering. Remembering and feeling.
As I visit flag adorned graves I drift to other days.
The older I get the more keenly I feel the sting that is Memorial Day.
The parade of faces and names begins again: Ox, Moge, Vaughn, Chief, and the rest.
All good men. All gone. All cut down violently.
Civilians cannot understand.
I go off by myself. In my mind we prep for another patrol.
We kit up. We check comms. We return to that lethal headspace that our families suspect but don’t know.
I get the thumbs up from the team and we walk the walk again.
The enemy tries to surprise but we are too fast, too practiced.
Rifle fire, butt stroke, knofe blades flashing, lethal hand strikes. We play that symphony again.
We sweep through.
I check my men. Ox, moge, Vaughn, Chief. We are all here. They are fine.
Consolidate, prepare to repell, call it in. We are victorious because the only realy victory is living through it with your brothers. Else is failure.
Politicians and civilians think otherwise.
Lord Forgive them their ignorance. We die that they may keep it.
Academics pose irrelevant questions about the good men on the other side. They too have family.
I care not a whit. I neither mourn their losses nor revel in their death. Their death that is my fault.
What do academics know of death, life, and brotherhood? Such things are not in books. They are in gunfire.
I see my brothers thru the smokey veil now. I try to walk through but cannot.
They go back to their patrol base and disappear back into the rain as Old Glory passes by.
I smile the grim and sardonic smile of every grunt.
I have been left behind again. They go forward.
I will see them again next year.
Taps sounds. I am asked if I want another hot dog and which game I want to watch.
The meat is tasteless. I mechanically watch the game. The centerfielder is good.
Chief liked baseball, I recall.
Memorial Day-thank God it only comes once a year.



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A poem from the Civil War

About "The Same Canteen"
by Private Miles O'Reilly

There are bonds of all sorts in this world of ours,
Fetters of friendship and ties of flowers,
And true lover's knots, I ween;
The girl and the boy are bound by a kiss,
But there's never a bond, old friend, like this,
We have drank from the same Canteen!

It was sometimes water, and sometimes milk,
And sometimes apple-jack "fine as silk;"
But whatever the tipple has been
We shared it together in bane or bliss,
And I warm to you, friend, when I think of this,
We drank from the same Canteen!

The rich and great sit down to dine,
They quaff to each other in sparkling wine,
From glasses of crystal and green;
But I guess in their golden potations they miss
The warmth of regard to be found in this,
We drank from the same Canteen!

We have shared our blankets and tents together,
And have marched and fought in all kinds of weather,
And hungry and full we have been;
Had days of battle and days of rest,
But this memory I cling to and love the best,
We drank from the same Canteen!

For when wounded I lay on the center slope,
With my blood flowing fast and so little hope
Upon which my faint spirit could lean;
Oh! then I remember you crawled to my side,
And bleeding so fast it seemed both must have died,
We drank from the same Canteen!


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Thanks to all the men and women who sacrificed leir lives so that Americans can live free!!!

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Monsoon Rain:
Someone’s gonna die tonight
Beneath the jungle moon
The shadows hide the enemy
That will claim a young life soon
This war is unforgiving
No mercy will be shown
And upon the wings of sadness
A silver bird will fly him home
We who live shall weep forever
And remember the stench of war
But we got our recompense
When we joined the mighty Corps
Vietnam was but a stepping-stone
For so many warriors young and brave
As they stepped boldly into eternity
For their Mighty God to save
We were young and restless once
We fought and died for freedoms gain
And the gray heavens weep relentlessly
In the form of the Monsoon rains
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Thanks to all the men and women who sacrificed leir lives so that Americans can live free!!!

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Bivouac of the Dead
By Theodore O’Hara

The muffled drum’s sad roll has beat
The soldier’s last tattoo;
No more on life’s parade shall meet
That brave and fallen few.
On Fame’s eternal camping-ground
Their silent tents are spread,
But Glory guards, with solemn round
The bivouac of the dead.

No rumor of the foe’s advance
Now swells upon the wind;
Nor troubled thought at midnight haunts
Of loved ones left behind;
No vision of the morrow’s strife
The warrior’s dream alarms;
No braying horn nor screaming fife
At dawn shall call to arms.

Their shivered swords are red with rust,
Their plumed heads are bowed,
Their haughty banner, trailed in dust,
Is now their martial shroud.
And plenteous funeral tears have washed
The red stains from each brow,
And the proud forms, by battle gashed
Are free from anguish now.

The neighing troop, the flashing blade,
The bugle’s stirring blast,
The charge, the dreadful cannonade,
The din and shout are past;
Nor war’s wild note, nor glory’s peal,
Shall thrill with fierce delight
Those breasts that never more may feel
The rapture of the fight.

Like the fierce northern hurricane
That sweeps the great plateau,
Flushed with the triumph yet to gain,
Came down the serried foe,
Who heard the thunder of the fray
Break o’er the field beneath,
Knew well the watchword of that day
Was “Victory or death.”

Long has the doubtful conflict raged
O’er all that stricken plain,
For never fiercer fight had waged
The vengeful blood of Spain;
And still the storm of battle blew,
Still swelled the gory tide;
Not long our stout old chieftain knew,
Such odds his strength could bide.

’Twas in that hour his stern command
Called to a martyr’s grave
The flower of his beloved land,
The nation’s flag to save.
By rivers of their fathers’ gore
His first-born laurels grew,
And well he deemed the sons would pour
Their lives for glory too.

For many a norther’s breath has swept
O’er Angostura’s plain—
And long the pitying sky has wept
Above the molding slain.
The raven’s scream, or eagle’s flight,
Or shepherd’s pensive lay,
Alone awakes each sullen height
That frowned o’er that dread fray.

Sons of the Dark and Bloody Ground,
Ye must not slumber there,
Where stranger steps and tongues resound
Along the heedless air.
Your own proud land’s heroic soil
Shall be your fitter grave;
She claims from War his richest spoil—
The ashes of her brave.

Thus ’neath their parent turf they rest,
Far from the gory field,
Borne to a Spartan mother’s breast
On many a bloody shield;
The sunshine of their native sky
Smiles sadly on them here,
And kindred eyes and hearts watch by
The heroes’ sepulcher.

Rest on embalmed and sainted dead!
Dear as the blood ye gave,
No impious footstep shall here tread
The herbage of your grave;
Nor shall your glory be forgot
While Fame her records keeps,
Or Honor points the hallowed spot
Where Valor proudly sleeps.

Yon marble minstrel’s voiceless stone
In deathless song shall tell,
When many a vanquished age has flown,
The story how ye fell;
Nor wreck, nor change, nor winter’s blight,
Nor Time’s remorseless doom,
Shall dim one ray of glory’s light
That gilds your deathless tomb.

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My tour started 3 June 1968, these are the men of Charlie Company First Cavalry Division that gave all during my tour.

1. Earnie L Burgamy 20
2. Alan J Smith 22
3. George Fischer 23
4. Gregory B Whitmore 20
5. Allan Schmidt 20
6. David Dickman 21
7. Thomas Danowski 27
8. James Delaney 20
9. John “Whitey” Kocak 23
10. William Pahr Jr. 26
11. Rex Blisard 19
12. Brad Hartman 19
13. Carl Alexander 19
14. Michael "Doc Trip" Fontaine 18
15. Joe Grayson 25
16. Bernard Hitro 20
17. Charles “Bam-Bam” Briddell 24
18. James Woodworth 25
19. Robert Howell 20
20. Danny Dodd 24
21. Ronald Groves 20
22. Robert Maddox 23
23. Russell Woollard 20
24. Scott Hamilton 21
25. William Riggs 20
26. Howard Thomas 20
27. Huey Williams 25
28. Lester Danchetz 20
29. Edward Griggs III 20
30. Jerry Stout 20
31. William Bauer 22
32. Ignacio "Pineapple" Duro 20
33. Garry Hayes 20
34. Gabriel Madrid 23
35. Randy Oliver 20
36. Kenneth Prejean 22
37. Albert Whittle 20
38. John Stewart 19
39. James Spurley 20
40. John McAndrews 20

You will not be forgotten.


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“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13.”


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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
My tour started 3 June 1968, these are the men of Charlie Company First Cavalry Division that gave all during my tour.

1. Earnie L Burgamy 20
2. Alan J Smith 22
3. George Fischer 23
4. Gregory B Whitmore 20
5. Allan Schmidt 20
6. David Dickman 21
7. Thomas Danowski 27
8. James Delaney 20
9. John “Whitey” Kocak 23
10. William Pahr Jr. 26
11. Rex Blisard 19
12. Brad Hartman 19
13. Carl Alexander 19
14. Michael "Doc Trip" Fontaine 18
15. Joe Grayson 25
16. Bernard Hitro 20
17. Charles “Bam-Bam” Briddell 24
18. James Woodworth 25
19. Robert Howell 20
20. Danny Dodd 24
21. Ronald Groves 20
22. Robert Maddox 23
23. Russell Woollard 20
24. Scott Hamilton 21
25. William Riggs 20
26. Howard Thomas 20
27. Huey Williams 25
28. Lester Danchetz 20
29. Edward Griggs III 20
30. Jerry Stout 20
31. William Bauer 22
32. Ignacio "Pineapple" Duro 20
33. Garry Hayes 20
34. Gabriel Madrid 23
35. Randy Oliver 20
36. Kenneth Prejean 22
37. Albert Whittle 20
38. John Stewart 19
39. James Spurley 20
40. John McAndrews 20

You will not be forgotten.


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Pictures when I was in Maryland about 6 years ago.

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You who understand will give the nod

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Pictures when I was in Maryland about 6 years ago.

My dad was and my son is in the service now so i have a little sense of what is going on. As a civilian who has never served, being at these places in the photo's below gave me such a greater appreciation of what our past and present servicemen and women have meant to this great nation flag

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THE INFANTRY
By John Harrison

Being a good infantryman is much more intellectually and physically demanding than most people realize. It is not easy to go on today’s, and even yesterday’s incredibly lethal battlefields with the reasonable expectation of coming back alive, and of accomplishing your mission. The operative word in that sentence is “reasonable.” That is all an infantryman expects, a reasonable chance, because they intend to make up any difference themselves.

While an infantryman needs training, it is not just good training that makes an infantryman. While an infantryman needs equipment, it is not just good equipment that makes an infantryman. While an infantryman needs strength, it is not just physical strength that makes an infantryman.

OK then you ask, what is it that makes an infantryman?

It is heart. It is the heart to get up when no one else will go. It is the heart to push forward, when no one else will. It is the heart to take one more step, when one more step is sorely needed. It is the heart to care more about the man lying next to you bleeding than you do about your own blood, and that is partly because you know that if he could move, if he could still move, he would have the heart, and he would have the will to move, to help you to move, forward.
It is will. It is the will to remain alert on post. It is the will to remain awake and alert for the forty-eighth hour. It is the will to exit, an armored personnel carrier, a helicopter on or close to the ground or an aircraft in flight in order to close with, and to destroy the enemy. It is the will to take a life rather than to give your own. It is the will to finish what you start, every time. The infantry does not back down. Not once. Not ever.

And, in taking infinite care with what seem like such small, such trivial, details to others. It is important that fighting knives and bayonets are always put away razor sharp, rifles clean, well oiled, magazines stacked and gear put away in the same order, the same place, every time.

That is an infantryman.

If you are assigned a dog; that dog eats before you do—every time. The same is true if you are assigned a fire team or an entire army; they eat before you do—every time because you are an infantryman.

It is easy to belittle the infantry, to mock their parades and their traditions. It is very easy, until the bullets fly, the bombs burst, the blood flows bright red, and you are so very, very, afraid. Just like it is easy to forget that every Marine considers themselves an infantryman first. Just like it is easy to forget the while the United States Army is only about 8% infantry, that nonetheless over 80% of the casualties are infantrymen.

Why then, you ask, would anyone want to be in the infantry?

Think of this; what do the Airborne, the Special Forces, the Rangers, Delta, and the United States Marines all have in common—they are all volunteers—and they are all Infantry. Oh, and do not forget, they are all also, very, very, good at what they do. They are the best. They are deployed first. They do not ever go gentle into that good night, they rage, they fight, they kill and if necessary, they come back to fight and kill again, and again, to obliterate that dark night.
They all have the Spirit of the Bayonet. They are all prepared to go on a battlefield, any battlefield, anywhere, anytime to accomplish their mission and to come home alive because they are all, Infantry.

Hail to the Infantry, Queen of battle, shatterer of lesser souls. Protector of your freedom.


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