11 brothers from Alabama, 158 years of U.S. military service

hubman

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11 brothers from Alabama, 158 years of U.S. military service


Lebronze, 70, saw the heaviest fighting of the group: He survived jungle ambushes as an Army soldier in Vietnam, where he developed advanced napping skills.

"I can go out in any bushes and sleep like a Holiday Inn," Lebronze said. "You learn how to do it because you are so tired. But guess what, you can hear a gnat go by you."
 

ohiopup

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A few 'Lifers' in that group...
But they all boomed a collective "no" in response to one question: Are veterans respected as
much today as in the past?

Arguster says he has grown weary of the overused phrase, "thank you for your service."

His preference?

"I would much rather hear them say, 'Thank you for helping to keep this country free.'"

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Semper Fi
 

thavoice

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I will have to ask my father in law this weekend as I know they ha nearly 10 brothers who served but don't believe the years would be nearly that much
 
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