Thanks for getting back to me (and @jeffing65) on this.
I understand, but as I mentioned before, I really do mean what I am saying.
Is there some other way I should thank veterans for their service to our country?
I can’t change history. I am not a veteran and never will be. For the record, when I turned 18, I went to sign up for the draft (with my father), but was told that the draft had just been done away with like 2 weeks before. So, I was never drafted. And, college was heavy on my mind, so I went to college, never looking back.
I have a brother in law who was in the marines. He served in Vietnam and spent quite a bit of time (multiple tours?) overseas. So, I have heard stories from him about life in the military and serving our country. Not the same as being there, but that is as close as I will ever get.
Anytime you want to share your military experiences, I am all ears.