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A Wounded Warrior’s Story

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11 Responses to A Wounded Warrior’s Story

  1. Who needs statues? This man is a living treasure of what American heroes are like, so plain-spoken, so unassuming, so uncomplaining.

    I’m not a big fan of O’Reilly but this is one thing he’s done which people should remember about him. American citizens taking care of their wounded in ways the government doesn’t.

    • Amen, Julie. SSG Travis Mills is an amazing man. God bless him and his family for their sacrifice. Like you, I’m no fan of O’Reilly, but admire him for his dedication to America’s finest.

      • G’d Bless our servicemen and women and their families.
        Bless Ricky P, who will be a Marine graduate this weekend.

        I love O’Reilly. Whether you agree with him on most things (I do, though of course not all). He at least has all sides on his program, his history books are excellent, his show is entertaining, and he is a huge charity giver/informer.

          • Agree – O’Reilly can be obnoxious – but he is good at what he does and I like his show. They need to nix Alan Colmes on the Fox network and maybe even Juan Williams. We love Greta (record her every night) and like Megan Kelley’s new show – she doesn’t let anyone off the hook. I miss O’Reilly on occasion but my husband listens to him on the radio most every day. We have got to get away from having to agree with someone on every issue – my husband and I don’t – why would you think you would agree with everything a politician or tv personality says?

  2. Keith, thanks for all your tributes to servicemen and women everywhere, past and present, who have sacrificed so much for all of us. Lest we forget.

  3. Inspiring beyond belief! SSG Mills takes Tom Brokaw’s words ‘no whining or whimpering’ (The Greatest Generatation) to new heights. God bless him and his beautiful family.