2 Percent of Americans have worn an air force uniform keeping our country free shirt, unisex longsleeve tee, sweat shirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
That’s 2 Percent of Americans have worn an air force uniform keeping our country free shirt. To all of our veterans, Thank you for your service to our country and for keeping us safe & free. Photo is of the veterans in my family. From left: my Uncle Tito (my mom’s brother), who died in the Korean War; my uncle Victor in his Army uniform (with kid brother, Uncle Lee – my dad’s brothers); my dad in his Air Force uniform. All photos were from the 1950s.A blessed Veterans Day to all. Our great nation has survived and thrived because since the Revolutionary war until this very day men and women have been prepared to stand guard for us all and in far too many cases make the supreme sacrifice.
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The United States of America continues to be the beacon of hope for the free world and the cornerstone of democracy. And it will continue as such, as long as brave men and women step forward and wear the uniform of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. So, thank you and God bless you who served or are serving and the families who loan this special breed of people to us. Because 2 Percent of Americans have worn an air force uniform keeping our country free shirt. May we always keep our veterans in our heart. And a special recognition to my two favorite veterans, my Dad and my brother, Robert Rosado, who answered the call in time of war.
Keeping our country free
In honor of Veterans Day, I’m sharing my gratitude for every woman and man who has served in uniform. U.S. veterans embody the highest ideals of our country, and their courage and sacrifice help keep our country free. That’s why I said 2 Percent of Americans have worn an air force uniform keeping our country free shirt. Women are the fastest-growing part of the veteran population in the United States. But one Lean In Circle member noticed that when she goes out to dinner on Veterans Day, people often thank her husband for his service—even though she was the one who served. Another says that people tell her she doesn’t look like a veteran.
Happy Veterans Day
Tomorrow is Veterans Day and a day off for all of us. But it’s to remember all who serve this country and still serving to keep us free. My grandfather Ruben Harris served in World War 2. My dad Ronald Johnson served 23 years in the Air Force. And my brother Joel Johnson with 6 years in the Navy and I can’t forget my uncle Butch Harris who serve to the National Guard in Kansas in Vietnam. To all my friends who have served this country and are still serving thank you for your service. I changed my profile picture to my grandfather Harris in his uniform. Everyone have a great Veterans Day tomorrow.