Episode 5: Proud to be an American

The Common Veteran’s Season 2 Episode 5: Proud to be an American The Common Veterans are all United States Military Veterans. Pride in the country is pride in their service […]
April 29, 2024

The Common Veteran’s Season 2

Episode 5: Proud to be an American

The Common Veterans are all United States Military Veterans. Pride in the country is pride in their service because they were willing to write a blank check to include up to their lives. The life of a Veteran often revolves around their service and how much they love their country. The Common Veterans discuss their love for God and country and the transition back into a noncombatant once back home…
I) Correlation Often Relates to Causation
a. Being an American
i. Being proud to be an American often stems from upbringing and family members loving their country
b. Becoming a Veteran
i. Marketing or family heritage… Maybe something else
1. The Few… The Proud… The Marines
2. An Army of One
3. Aim High
4. Family Heritage – Dad, Grandpa, Uncle, etcetera were Veterans
5. College tuition
6. The recruiter saw you coming
II) Service = Citizenship – Love of Country
a. Becoming a soldier promotes love of country
i. Have to love the country to be willing to die for it
ii. Path to citizenship through the Green Card Program
b. Any stories of war that can be told to
III) American’s Take Veteran’s for Granted… or do they?
a. Soldiers go to war and often come back loving their country more…
i. Notwithstanding bad pullouts of combat areas
ii. Provides love of Country because they don’t know what they have till they don’t have it anymore.
iii. Americans love our soldiers, but don’t understand what Veterans did for this great country
IV) Pride is Pride Not Your Knees or Flags
i. There is one American flag
1. Flag code
ii. Don’t take a knee over the National Anthem – that is a military anthem about the soldiers who died
V) Next Podcast: Episode 6: Daddy’s Mad, or is He?
a. The Common Veterans figure out and discuss having kids and how they teach their kids to cope with “Daddy’s Mad,” even though Daddy may not be mad, just dealing with PTSD.

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Kenny

Christian. American. Father. Husband. Friend. Brother. Son. Grandson. Uncle. Cubs Fan. Digital.

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  1. Goose

    Listend to this one- finishing up HH project. GREAT! Flag and the meaning vrs kneeling was outstanding. These really help the basic citizen understand more about our vets.

    TY Goose

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