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Happy Veterans Day

The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show would like to salute all our Veterans out there!!!

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  • Laura

    Honoring All Veteran’s special Angels. My Grand Father Mr. Samuel McKinnon, all my military family to many to mention and a special honor to to “Angel Wings” John “C”.

  • mario sainz

    Our son Army M.P. Sgt Steve Sainz, served in Iraq in 03 for one year. We love him and proud of him.

  • Karl S. Biel

    Thanks Dad!

  • Larry - Virgin Islands

    As a Nam Vet serving in the 85th medical corp I want to give a shoutout to all those guys that I was able to help. Today I have hundreds of emails to send to my friends service in Phu Bai / Camp Eagle that we served, surived and continue to support our great country. The best to everyone !

  • Kim Reid

    Thanks Gramps! JR Williams…US Navy Pearl Harbor Survivor…with all my love and may you rest in peace.

  • Laura

    Happy Veteran’s Day to My Dad Veteran Army Soldier (British), also shout out to Tom Tran, Woohoo, God Bless ( :
    and to all the Veteran Radio Personnel @ Kearth101, U R Veterans too, hah hah hah ( :

  • Gilda

    I’d like a shout out to my Dad, Sam Mendoza, an 83 year old WWI veteran who loves his country. Thanks Dad!!

  • Gilda

    Oops my Dad is a WWII veteran, not WWI…Thanks again Dad!!

  • Mikey

    Like many of my friends, I went into the military after high school. Even though my job was to make sure my fellow airmen were fit to fight here at home, I feel privelaged to know many people who went to Iraq and Afghanistan to protect our nation and its interests. Frank, James, Rob, Rick, Jack, Justin, Andy – thanks for your service in the Middle East and Afghanistan. To my late Uncle David, my Uncle Karsten, my Dad, and my friends Ramon, Martin, David, Rubin and “Uncle” Kenny, thanks for everything you guys did in Vietnam, the Gulf, Somalia and the Caribbean – Panama I believe it was. You guys are my heroes. I only wish that I was able to have gone overseas with you guys!

  • Laura


  • Marge R

    Shout out to our own Native American Veteran – ED LOPEZ. Happy veteran’s day from all of us.

  • Josie

    Please salute the “silent soldiers” here in the USA and around the world.
    the song “Pretty Woman” is for our silent soldier daughter.
    Love mom and dad, Josie and Jeff

  • Meredith

    Honoring my husband former Sgt Stephen L. Shinn Echo 5 USMC and my farther in law former Sgt vernon L. Shinn served in the Korean war he is 81 years young and to all my friends I lost and that served in Vietnam and to every other Veteran that served our wonderful country…OORAH!

  • JVB

    Happy Veteran’s Day to my Uncle Salvador Maldonado -served on the U.S.S. Indianapolis WW11. Stepfather, John A. Torres -USAF- Korean War. and..My son, Phillip Balles (pronounced Baez as in Joan Baez) who is serving in the U.S. Army 101st Airborne, Screaming Eagles – Afghanistan! Love you Mijo!!

  • June Kline

    Leland W. Stoddard US Army Prvt 1st Class, stationed in Alaska 54-56 watching the coastline beginning of cold war

    Ygnacio R Kline, US Army artillerary in Phillipines WWll
    Harry Stoddard US Navy Korean Conflict

    Leo Gonzalez, US Marines Spec Ops Viet Nam
    Gene Stoddard US Marines Viet Nam
    Larry Stoddard US Marines Stateside Viet Nam

    Thank you to all who served

    Kline Family

  • Jenette

    thanks to my grandpa who was in WWII US Navy Pearl Harbor survivor & my uncle and 2 cousins thank you so much for fighting for us i love you so much.

  • Jenette

    my grandpa who was a WWII us navy pearl harbor vet. and my uncle for fighting in vietnam and my 2 cousin thank you all for fighting for us love you.

  • Robert C. Lancaster

    SSGT Jason R. Lancaster USMC. 10 years and 4 combat deployments. OORAH !!!!!

  • Cathy Metcalf

    Thanks to our dads: Jim Metcalf, Navy, WWII, and Walt Ehlers, Army WWII, Medal of Honor.
    Hello to my brother, Lt. Col. Dave Ehlers, deployed to Africa with the Army National Guard. We love you

  • Kathy

    Honoring my husband retired veteran of the GULF WAR, ARMY SSG Jose J Diaz-Cruz. A very proud retired soldier, love you and thank you for putting your life at risk, so we all can have the freedom in this great nation.

  • Richard

    I am a Viet Nam veteran, I serverd aboard the USS Enterprise from 1969 to 1972, and want to thank all the veterans including my son who is in the Air Force stationed in Missouri for all their dedication to our country.Without them we would not be able to stay free and allow each and everyone of us the comforts that we have now. I am proud to say that I am an AMERICAN.

  • Peggy, Gardena, CA.

    Honoring my Dad in memorium, Paul Kramer, who served in the Merchant Marines in 1947. He was rejected for enlistment because he had flat feet but still wanted to serve.

    And also the memory of my step dad, Edward Archibald who served in the Air force.

  • Kathy

    I would like to salute my dad, Woodrow Pratt, who served in WW11 in the Navy. He was on The Yorktown during The Battle of the Coral Sea and The Battle of Midway. He survived and was later stationed in Korea and taught Mine Warfare at the War College in Yorktown, Va. He retired from the Navy in 1959. His service made me proud to be an American.

  • Peggy, Gardena, CA.

    From Ann Lander’s Column and reprinted in the Daily Breeze today:
    in honor of our veterans.

    “Just a Common Soldier”

    by A. Lawrence Vaincourt

    He was getting old and paunchy and his hair was falling fast,

    And he sat around the Legion, telling stories of the past.

    Of a war that he had fought in and the deeds that he had done,

    In his exploits with his buddies; they were heroes, every one.

    And tho’ sometimes, to his neighbors, his tales became a joke,

    All his Legion buddies listened, for they knew whereof he spoke.

    But we’ll hear his tales no longer for old Bill has passed away,

    And the world’s a little poorer, for a soldier died today.

    He will not be mourned by many, just his children and his wife,

    For he lived an ordinary and quite uneventful life.

    Held a job and raised a family, quietly going his own way,

    And the world won’t note his passing, though a soldier died today.

    If we cannot do him honor while he’s here to hear the praise,

    Then at least let’s give him homage at the ending of his days.

    Perhaps just a simple headline in a paper that would say,

    Our country is in mourning, for a soldier died today.

    • jose

      Well said!

  • Joy

    In memory of my uncle 1st Lieutenant John Edward Darling Jr. He was killed in the line of duty in Vietman.

    • jose

      I feel for you and your family, and for the families of the other 58,195 service men of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War and gave their lives to protect us. I plan on visiting the WALL soon, I’ll look up your uncle and share a beer with him. Siemper Fi

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