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-- America's combat veterans is never more evident than when Gary Sinise and his lieutenant Dan band roll into town.
Look at what happened -- -- Vietnam veterans when they came home from war it was a terribly shameful period.
In our history as a nation to have treated our warriors that.
Vets who show up concert back that up we got stuff thrown at us we are coming in at Oakland -- get back you know 69.
It was awful we never -- walking home.
Was hard on a job victims of news and let these that sit down at this outdoor venue they see all the people who paid for a ticket -- got a little red white and blue.
They feel the welcome extended for younger vets embraces them as well people tell me welcome home thank you for your service all.
That's why we're -- yet -- I didn't get.
Didn't get that recognition -- four.
It was really hard for me for about fifteen years.
Our job of these concerts because it got a -- to -- dog there aren't any.
-- only place covers.
They show up because -- big movie star.
And they feel like getting in front of this band is a way of getting behind the troops well -- -- load factor -- Sinise and the lieutenant Dan band like supporting the troops.
What they support when their ticket dollar is the other gigs the band played -- active duty troops overseas.
As well as first responders.
And generally they support the Gary Sinise foundation which among other things build Smart homes to accommodate the injuries of veterans.
-- more later for me is to try to make sure that you know.
Our active duty service members today in our veterans today.
Are shown the respect and appreciation that our Vietnam veterans didn't get when they came home.
He says he intended for the -- to be a quick thing but still much patriotism and will lined up behind the -- there was no stopping.
And it can't -- just right.
And -- -- park Illinois Mike filled.
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