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PeelNStick 13 4 United States
27 Dec 2008 5:10AM
I take my hat off to these brave guys and gals.

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Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
27 Dec 2008 5:29AM
Totally agree Debbie.Can't imagine what it is like being a parent of one of these brave people.They have my complete admiration.
Tom.
GrahamNobles 9 9 4 England
27 Dec 2008 5:37AM
Good sentiments Debbie and I agree with Tom. Great admiration and respect for the lads and lasses out there.
Graham
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
27 Dec 2008 6:45AM
Hi Debbie - a part of my mind is always with them wherever they are in the world - having spent 22 years in the Army I know what it's like to be away in these places.

Lovely shot BTW

Andy
goso 11 2 1 Australia
27 Dec 2008 6:51AM
We owe them more than we can ever repay Debbie, and they often don't get the recognition they deserve from the governments who send them there.......Bill
User_Removed 13 16 1 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2008 6:51AM
best wshes to them all & you for the strenght it must take to wait!

di
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
27 Dec 2008 7:02AM
Wonderful people doing an excellent job, but not a good time for their parents/families. Carol
iancam 9 23 England
27 Dec 2008 7:06AM

Quote:We owe them more than we can ever repay Debbie, and they often don't get the recognition they deserve from the governments who send them there.......Bill


I agree with Bill
27 Dec 2008 7:14AM
Debbie, is this your son? ..great...he looks so good...
Dimitre
27 Dec 2008 7:24AM
brilliantly said! and so you should be proud of him ! lovely shot
Soom 12 1 England
27 Dec 2008 8:51AM
I've no immediate connection to anyone serving, but live very close to 40 Commando who have lost a number of brave men this last tour. Very sad.
What a beautiful picture for a proud mum.
Soom
User_Removed 13 386 2 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2008 9:30AM
OUTSTANDING, they are all doing a really great job. Smile
eonisuk 10 108 England
27 Dec 2008 9:49AM

Quote:We owe them more than we can ever repay Debbie, and they often don't get the recognition they deserve from the governments who send them there.......Bill


i would say that is because the governments dont care

ex forces

eon
pascalg Plus
10 37 France
27 Dec 2008 12:11PM
thank you for sharing...
photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
27 Dec 2008 1:28PM
My salute to your son Debs and to all who are peace keepers. Nice toy at the back Smile
Dennis
27 Dec 2008 2:18PM
Great sentiments, a really good shot.
You must be very proud.
He is a very brave person for being out there.
Peter
DebbieBMP 9 33 1 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2008 2:34PM

Quote:My salute to your son Debs and to all who are peace keepers. Nice toy at the back
Dennis



Funny that he calls the apaches his toys how cool is that a bit more exciting than the toys he had when he was just a 5 year old little boy Smile

Thank you to my epz family for the words of support it means the world to me
casson 11 3 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2008 5:42PM
I take my hat off to these brave guys and gals. as well
john
RTDS 9 Cyprus
27 Dec 2008 5:42PM

Quote:Great sentiments, a really good shot.
You must be very proud.
He is a very brave person for being out there.
Peter


Hear..hear!
Brave lad indeed.
I say Bring the boys back Home!
Robert
MRSbiscuit60 9 224 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2008 5:55PM
Hi Debbie, I hope your son stays safe when returning to duty in 2009 and I wish you and yours a happy new year. I have enjoyed your pics and am looking forward to more next year. Trish
lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
27 Dec 2008 8:52PM
The prayer of many people
sergedlm 9 9 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2008 6:24AM
RESPECT IS DUE TO ALL THESE GUYS & GIRLS WHO PUT THERE LIFE ON THE LINE FOR US

Please visit this web site to show support

http://www.supportourtroopsuk.co.uk/
fvg 8 Argentina
28 Dec 2008 3:36PM
Please see ZeitGesit The Movie.
m3lem 11 England
28 Dec 2008 5:15PM
Brilliant capture, These boys deserve our support and much more, they are true heroes
Andrea
KevSB 13 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2008 10:55AM
Just to add my respect also, what ever the rights and wrongs of all this, these guys do the job thay are asked to do.
30 Dec 2008 2:32PM
They are all extremely brave men & women doing what they do. Hope your son stays safe. Maggie
30 Dec 2008 8:15PM
You must be glad he's back Debs, fine capture, Adrian
stevieasp 10 7 England
31 Dec 2008 3:07PM
My youngest lad finished this year ( thank God ) he was an Avionics tech, maybe he worked on that Helicopter who knows! Best of luck to your son and his brothers in arms,
Steve
Paul_T 9 6 1 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 11:20PM
A great photographic tribute to your son and all the men and women in the forces out there. I certainly wouldn't have the courage to do what they do...

Paul
Natzdad 9 29 2 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2009 8:29PM
bit late , but he has my full support ..............................Mick
Leightonhs 10 155 1
22 Jan 2009 4:17PM
Indeed we need to support them, providing their cause is just.

-Leighton.
col.campbell 14 1.1k 4 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2010 10:11PM
Hello again Debbie, just spotted this. I hope he continues to keep good health and return safely each time.

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