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BangShift Says Thank You To All Veterans Today – Veterans Day 2020

BangShift Says Thank You To All Veterans Today – Veterans Day 2020

We here at BangShift.com would like to extend our sincere thanks to all of the veterans who have served our country through the years. The sacrifice of time, sweat, and blood have preserved our way of life and our ability to enjoy the benefits and freedoms that only America can offer.

We hope that all of our readers join us in thanking veterans today and every day for all that they have done on our behalf. We have made it a point for the last several years to extend our hand in thanks to any person in uniform we see while traveling or elsewhere. It is a little thing, but we certainly realize that these men and women don’t hear that sentiment nearly enough.

Veterans Day was first celebrated in 1918 as Armistice Day to recognize the ending of World War One. It was Dwight Eisenhower in 1954 who changed the holiday to Veterans Day, observing the heroic efforts of military service members in our country to that point and going forward.

Thanks to all who have served and are currently serving. Our own Bryan McTaggart is a veteran of the United States Army. Know that we appreciate your sacrifice, service, and dedication to our country and to keeping us all safe!



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13 thoughts on “BangShift Says Thank You To All Veterans Today – Veterans Day 2020

  1. bob

    Thanks to all of you. Those that served and those that died.

    Unfortunately recent election results indicate all the sacrifices may have been made in vain as it looks like the indoctrination of the youth in the education system in conjunction with the media propaganda machine will mean the end of freedom and liberty as we know currently know it.

    Starting with the mandate to wear muzzles (masks).

    It truly is heartbreaking to witness.

  2. bob

    When a cheezy corrupt politicians can find out they can get away with requiring citizens to cover their faces in the interest of safety it’s over.

    Those who would give up liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither

    Ben Franklin

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