Posted by vampinthemiddle on Friday, December 28, 2007
Friday, December 28, 2007 @9:49:28 AM
Welcome home Josh, and a big thank you for your service to our country!!! I do not take the liberties afforded me by you and your family's sacrifice lightly. Thank you,
Friday, December 28, 2007 @10:06:12 AM
Welcome back and thanks for doing a job that few can or will do. Please accept our heartfelt gratitude.
Enjoy that new banjo - it sounds like a real killer.
Please give your lovely wife a big hug and thank you from the Hangout bunch for the hardships she endured while missing you.
Friday, December 28, 2007 @10:30:31 AM
Thank you for your service. There are many more that feel the same way, contrary to what you may hear. I have an Apache pilot friend that's still there, near Balad now I believe. Enjoy being back with that nice looking lady in the photo and the new banjo! Oh yeah, have some Texas BBQ or at least some fried catfish for me when you get a chance.
Friday, December 28, 2007 @11:18:08 AM
Welcome Home! Thank you for your service to our country! Regardless of what political beliefs and things you have listened to while away I have not met anyone for or against being in Iraq that isn't worried and concerned for the safety of our American Soldiers. Most, as I do believe that you are incredibly brave and generous to help bring safety and stability to a very troubled part of the world. Please have a happy New Year and enjoy pick'in that RB-4 and lovin your Beautiful wife!
Friday, December 28, 2007 @1:46:14 PM
Welcome home soldier! Glad you made it safely home. Enjoy your new banjo!
Friday, December 28, 2007 @4:13:31 PM
Welcome home, and congratulations on the new banjo! My dad was stationed in Temple before shipping out to Korea. I've never been there, but it was a name I heard often as a kid. You have my most sincere gratitude for your service to our country. Now go wear out that banjo! (probably ought to spend some time with the wife, too. By the looks of things, I probably didn't need to remind you!)
Friday, December 28, 2007 @6:52:06 PM
Thank you very much for the wonderful comments. It is nothing short of incredible to be back home in the greates country in the world. Thank you for your patriotism and love for country... and the best instrument in existance!! God bless and take care- Josh
Wednesday, September 10, 2008 @4:13:03 AM
Josh, Just wanted to thank you for the kind words about my video but more importantly thank you and God Bless you for all you are doing serving in the military for all of us here in the USA. May God show special Favor for you and your wife and family.
Billy Lee Cox
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