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| Re: An American Soldier in Canada |
Steady Hand wrote:
At first I tend to agree with "wear it fully and proper, or not at all."
STRACT! (or STRAC, depending on how you like your acronymns)
By the Regs!
Then I saw some of the other pics of the other, older vets who were from other conflicts or periods.
I see them in uniform, bits or pieces. Perhaps all they have left, or all they can wear now.
I have seen many older vets (ww2, korea) wearing bits and pieces too.
To deny one the right to wear that symbol of his service would mean denying ALL wouldn't it?
Or does youth or age matter, in your opinion?
Put another way, do you consider it OK to see a WW2 vet in a partial uniform, but NOT OK to see a Gulf War vet in partial uniform?
What do you consider fair or best?
Is it better that a person be proud to wear it as a symbol of service, amongst other vets who are also proud, and on a day of remembering that service by ALL, or is it better to strictly observe the rules and regs and so not wear any item of uniform at all?
I am curious about how YOU feel about that.