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    A fitting honor

    I hope this link works as this is something that has to be seen. It's an honor just watching this. Sorry if I can't say it enough thanks to all the vets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Watson View Post
    ...It's an honor just watching this...
    Ditto! Bless them all!
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    That's a great video, Drew. Thanks for posting the link. (I'll be sending that to my 80 year old dad, who can still shoot tighter groups with a S&W revolver than most guys half his age.)
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    That was great
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    well done on everyones part!!!
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    Great link. Thanks for posting it.

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    Excellent! Thanks for posting.

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    Thanks again, Drew. Our arm forces DO NOT get enough credit. "WELL DONE!"

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