Thursday, January 11, 2018

USB DOG TAGS and Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

There are so many times in our lives that someone might not be thanked for what they do. It really doesn't matter what field you are in, or what you do as an occupation, we all liked to get thanked for what we do. While Tom over at Tom's Take On Things realizes this, he does want everyone to think about our soldiers in the U.S. Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy and the Coast Guard. Tom once was a soldier. He served in Desert Storm/Shield and completed his time of 6 years by doing the best that he could. He recognizes what a soldier gives up to help support and defend this land that we are in. He wants others to see it too. That is why this giveaway is dedicated to those who serve or served in the Armed Forces. Have you ever thanked a soldier for their service? Tom along with the help of bloggers promoting this giveaway like me would like to give everyone a chance to win this 16gb Dog Tag themed USB Flash Drive and a $10 Amazon Gift Card. Tom's Take On Things is responsible for prize delivery. This blog was not compensated for sharing this post. Giveaway ends 1/25 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner has 24 hours to respond to winning email.

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16 comments:

  1. No, I have never been close to anyone who was [at the time] an active member of the Armed Forces. I have, however, known a small number of people approx. my age who have served; and some of my psychotherapy clients have been veterans. Many if not most of the men in my family served in the Army, and I have a female family member who was in the Navy.
    I admire these people greatly for carrying out these roles, as I do all who have served or are serving. I was raised to treat veterans with respect; it was an implicit lesson. We supported veterans' rights and honored the POW/MIA flag. I traveled to D.C. with my family when I was a pre-teen. We went to the Vietnam Wall at least once a day, watched the Changing of the Guard at Arlington Cemetery, toured the Holocaust Memorial Museum...
    In general, these kinds of issues (and by that I really mean ~people~...) don't seem to be much on the forefront of our awareness or what we talk about. I think it's important for us to not forget our history, and to not forget about the needs and rights of those who have given and sacrificed for our country.

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  2. everybody in my family. they mean everything, obviously

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  3. My father was in the service he has since passed

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  4. My husband is. He means the world to me.

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  5. I have multiple relatives and I'm very grateful for them.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  6. My father served in Vietnam War, and I am so proud of him :) I would love to win this great prize for him!
    Thank You for this awesome giveaway!

    Fiona N

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  7. I don't personally know a current soldier. I know several retired soldiers. I totally respect the awesome care they took protecting our country.

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  8. My husband's nephew is a captain in the Army.

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  9. My fiancé/father of our two children is a former Marine & also National Guard. I have the utmost respect for our veterans!

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  10. No one in my family, but my husband's father was in the military.

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  11. My dad retired from the Air Force, my mother, grandfather and aunt were all in the Air Force as well. My other grandfather was in the Army and I have a Brother in Law who is in the Marines

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  12. My great grandfather was in WWI, my grandfather was in WWII, 3 cousins went to Operation Dessert Storm. I had an uncle in the marines.

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  13. My husband was a member of the US Navy EOD. He served his country and family with great honor. He is now a disable veteran but still serves his family every day!

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  14. I have many family members that served in Vietnam War and very proud of them and respect them.

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  15. My son inlaw was in the army. My cousin and uncle were marines and my husband's grandfather was in the navy

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