I represent a fair number of service members, both male and female. Usually, I don't get to meet them and most everything is done by email or telephone. But sometimes, I do get to know them--some better than others.
This video came to me today in an email. Having heard some of the stories, having seen some of the fallout with families, children and the service members themselves, I am always concerned that they are appreciated for their service and their sacrifices. The video shows a wonderful way to express your gratitude. It's not about whether these military operations are something you approve or disapprove. It's about saying "Thank you for being there for me, for my family, for our country. Thank you for your sacrifices." And please, pass it along.