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Welcome Home, Warrior

In a moving photo posted by, Pearl Harbor survivor and veteran Houston James of Dallas embraces Marine Staff Sgt. Mark Graunke Jr. during a Veterans Day ceremony in Dallas. Staff Sgt. Graunke lost a hand, leg and eye when he was injured by a bomb in Iraq.

I don't think we can do a better job of saying this, so in their words: Welcome Home Blog thanks each and every veteran for the sacrifices they make on behalf of their country.

And ICTMN would add, for their Native Nations. Never forget the Warriors, those who serve. November 11 may be Vets day, but let's make every day Vets day. Native Americans serve at a higher rate per capita than any other ethnic group. Selfless service, honor, integrity–these are the qualities of a Warrior. And Native Americans have responded. Let's make sure our Warriors are cared for always.



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