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Heart wrenching but sweet (as I am sure this is a coming home picture). another beautiful military family photo.

Freedom is not Free, but Iraq is NOT free either. "Thanks" Bush !

Alot of people lost their whole world because a Hero gave his life for safety and peace in our world! God Bless our Military families! And God bless our military men and women❤️💋🌹

He'll miss his dad.            //           During the ceremony, Morgan Riddick, 3, of Woonsocket, R.I., son of Thomas Riddick, 30, leaned his head onto his father's leg.  Morgan was pulled away from his father after having a difficult time saying goodbye (www.boston.com/news).

During the ceremony, Morgan Riddick, son of Thomas Riddick, leaned his head onto his father's leg. Morgan was pulled away from his father after having a difficult time saying goodbye.

il popolo del blog,: cioè mi chiedo,ma come fa?

what deer?I know this is photo-shopped but reminds me of my husband napping under tree while hunting.woke to find a deer watching him

L'agente, dopo aver notato un senzatetto, seduto a piedi nudi a Times Square in una notte fredda, è entrato in un negozio di scarpe ed è uscito con un paio di stivali. Il poliziotto, Lawrence Deprimo, si è chinato e lo ha aiutato a indossare le calzature. Ad assistere alla scena una donna, Jennifer Foster, che dopo aver fotografato ha spedito lo scatto al New York City Police Department in segno di ringraziamento. lo scatto ha ricevuto 313.595 like, 72.169 condivisioni e 19.578 commenti

New York, il poliziotto commuove il web - Repubblica.it

NYPD officer Larry DePrimo buys homeless man a pair of boots. Many people forget the good when it comes to police.

This soldier is about to be deployed and is saying goodbye to his newborn daughter. It's a powerful example of the sacrifices our nation's bravest make every day.

This Dad is about to be deployed and is having to say goodbye to his newborn baby girl. Sacrifices like this are made every day, and may we be reminded, that our FREEDOM comes with a cost, and our soldiers and their families are paying it.

Due anni di lotta, 70mila morti e Bashar al Assad, il dittatore di Damasco, è ancora in sella. Questi sono i numeri, sintetici e tragici che raccontano della guerra civile siriana e dei risultati sin qui ottenuti. Non è facile analizzare la situazione, perché serve guardarla da più punti di vista

Sciarada siriana all’ombra di Teheran

2012 Spot News — First Place. Syrian man cries while holding the body of his son near Dar El Shifa hospital in Aleppo, Syria, Wednesday, Oct. Photo by Manu Brabo/Associated Press

They sacrifice so much

The love and respect I have for our Armed Forces is extremely high. This military man is skyping with his wife, who has just given birth to this beautiful baby. Military men & women miss out on many special events. God Bless our troops and their families.

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