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    Thumbs up Happy 4th of July......

    Happy 4th of July everybody.

    May you all have a happy & safe one.

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    Happy Independence Day to all!

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    Same to you Arod. And thanks for your service to our country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARodFLKeysJetsFan View Post
    Happy 4th of July everybody.

    May you all have a happy & safe one.
    Thank you, ARod. Right back at you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    Same to you Arod. And thanks for your service to our country.
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    Thank you, ARod. Right back at you.
    The pleasure was mine, I'd do it again tomorrow if they waived the age cut-off.

    Now Merchant Marine is the closest I can get to active duty.

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    A USAF base in Great Britain celebrates the 4th.

    http://www.lakenheath.af.mil/news/st...p?id=123416802

    RAF Feltwell hosts 4th of July celebration

    7/5/2014 - ROYAL AIR FORCE FELTWELL, England -- RAF Feltwell opened its gates July 4 and hosted a celebration that drew hundreds of military personnel, their families, and members of the United Kingdom community.

    The free, public event kicked off at noon and featured rides, games, food booths, and an aerial demonstration from the Royal Air Force Red Arrows.

    The event also included many family activities, a car and bike show, live music performances, and ended with a fireworks display set to music.


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