Bear #339 and The Bear A Tones Join Dona Nobis Pacem
Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction
THIS IS MY BLOG BLAST FOR PEACE OFFERING FOR THIS YEAR!
Just because I have joined Blog Blast for Peace does not mean that I do not honor those that have laid down their lives for our freedom. My Family have a history of serving OUR GREAT COUNTRY.MY DAD DID USAAF,I SERVED IN THE USAF.I HAVE HAD COUSINS UNCLES AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS THAT HAVE PUT ON THE DIFFERENT UNIFORMS OF OUR COUNTRY.As a Retired Corrections Officer I have had to deal with interesting people that is why I pray for Peace.
This is some of the Family History and my Friends service as well. I used this from the Roll Call of a Facebook group that I had belonged to called Standdown.
SGT (E-4) Date of Rank 01 Sept 1973 USAF 2951 C.L.S.S. of the AF Logistics Command served July 1971-1974 as an Aircraft Spark chaser(AKA Electrician) Reporting for Duty, HERE!!
Remembering the Other SGT Golch,Phillip R. USAAF a veteran of WW2 My Dad who was called Home 14 August 1984
My AF Mom Shirley M.Golch(Nicknamed Sam) called home 25 Sept 2003
Standing in for my cousins Keith A.Doyle SGT (E-4) USAF, Brian P Doyle,Specialist (E-4) USA 1987-1991 &Sgt (E-5) USAR 1991-1995,Judy Homes Duncan USN Chief Petty Officer (E-7) Retired
My late father in law Stanley J.Kobus A WW2 Veteran of N.Africa and Anzio called Home 30 april 2003
The late Jim Spiker USN called Home 10 December 2012.
My friend Douglas J.Campbell USAF 1984-2007 Retired E-6
And my Late Uncle Evan Golch ARNG Called Home 22 December 1981.
And My Uncle Richard E.Hirt USArmy 1953-1955
And My Brother in law Allen Wilder a Vietnam Vet.(sadly I donot know what Branch or Years served and have no way of asking him)
Respect to your family members who gave so much. I love the photo of the cat praying for peace. I’m sure the critters must be praying we humans calm down and learn to live in harmony. Smiles. Peace to you.
My comment disappeared. Respect to your family members, who gave so much and paid the ultimate price. I love the Bear-a-Tones! And the cat praying for peace. I’m sure the critters must be praying we humans learn how to live in harmony. Smiles.
Sherry Marr I had to approve your comment. Thank you for stopping by Donna Noblis Pacum
Sherry Marr,I’m glad you enkoyed the Bear A tones.
Thank you for honoring the fallen and those who served. Much respect. Thank you for your service, Michael. And thank you for joining us today!
Mimi Lenox I was glad to do so
Mimi Lenox.I was happy to join in even if it was a day late.and I just had to honor those that served. i say a great quote on facebook all service peole die from serving som die quickly and the rest slowly over their lives.
I love your song choice. Got to say, that’s an impressive list of family. You must be proud. <3 My grandfather was in the South African air force during WWII. He was in Egypt. My dad's family were all in the Rhodesian forces, but for several decades we weren't allowed to march on Remembrance day (UK and Australia) which I still think stinks. Ok, small rant over! Back to peace thoughts. I love your story and enjoyed the song.
I think most soldiers fight for peace, not because they love wars. <3
Michelle of https://crows-feet.blogspot.com/ (because I can't remember my log in for here. Getting old! lol)
That was a wonderful post Mike. I did like the Bear A Tones! Here’s to Peace for everyone everywhere.
Brian Yes Indeed.
Thank you for your service, and much thanks to your family who have served.
Military people want peace, their point if they are doing their jobs right is to defend freedom and so restore peace as quickly as possible.
messymimi’s meanderings Yes indeed we who have donned the different uniforms of iour country Pray for peace,yes we are trined for war and are willing to put our lives on the line to make sure freedom is always here.We will alwatys do our juobe to see that there is peace and freedom.
As a 60-something, the “Eve of Destruction” video really hit home. I’m sitting here crying thinking about our current eve of destruction with everything going on in the world and this country today. Peace to all.
Cathy Keisha,as a now 70 year old I can look back with pride that my famil;y contrubted to the peace process. and yes sadly there are those who have not learned from the past anmd here we are today reliving it.
Great post Mike! Much respect to youand your family, and peace to all.
TinkNL,Thank you,and Peace be with you and all your family.