“VETERAN” has become a controversial word for many of us.
Many believe it should be a term of pride and honor.
I do not agree with that sentiment.
I believe it is a derogatory term and one that should not be used.
I am proud to be a Vet and I hope that everyone understands the term Vet as it is used in the Veterans Day Holiday and how it relates to me.
I have heard from many of my friends, family, and colleagues who were saddened and offended by the word Veteran.
I also know that this word was not meant to offend anyone.
As a Vet, I am the only person who has lived and died in the line of duty.
In honor of Veterans Day, I want to define Veteran and honor those who have served our country honorably.
To begin, I will begin with the word Vet.
Veteran, also called Veteran, is a name derived from the Old English word vetor meaning “victorious.”
The word Vetor is used for the warrior who stands tall and has courage and perseverance to overcome adversity and defeat.
Vetor is also derived from Old English, meaning “a great warrior.”
The word Vet was used in an Old English book written by John Wycliffe called Historia Ecclesiastica, which describes how the king of England, William the Conqueror, defeated the Saxons in the Battle of Hastings.
The story goes that when William arrived in the battle field, the Saxon king, Grendel, tried to strike him down.
William was able to break his spear and thrust the spear through Grendele’s helmet, killing him.
The Saxons then went on to defeat the Saxonian king.
In modern times, the wordVeteran has become popular and used by a wide variety of groups, including those who serve in the military, veterans organizations, and many others.
I am proud of the Veterans who have fought and died for our country, but I also recognize the impact of the word Veterans Day.
On Veterans Day I will be honored to stand with all the Veterans and remember those who served and died and who continue to serve.
I will remember the men and women who have sacrificed their lives to protect our freedoms and freedoms to live a free life.
Veterans Day will always be a time to remember those brave men and woman who have stood by the flag and the American flag.
Veterans are the American way, they are the patriots, and they will always remain the patriotic Americans.
This is an excerpt from “Veterans Day: The Official Handbook of the United States Army.”
It is available for purchase online or by calling 1-866-937-5272.