It’s a Jingo Magnet

Generally civilians don't get to see us soldiers when we're in uniform, but sometimes when I travel I'll occasionally stop to get a bite to eat or fill up my gas tank. It's times like that when people from out of nowhere come up to say thank you and show their gratitude. It's actually a humbling experience for me, and a reminder that I have a big responsiblity to live up to.

Usually civilians don’t get to see us soldiers when we’re in uniform, but sometimes when I travel I’ll occasionally stop to get a bite to eat or fill up my gas tank. It’s times like that when people from out of nowhere come up to say thank you and show their gratitude. It’s actually a humbling experience for me, and a reminder that I have a big responsibility to live up to.

 

It’s a Jingo Magnet
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