My army - my family
WELCOME TO THE ARMY - MY AMY
My Uncle was in the (French) amy my cousin was in the American (Amy) snippers. I am An Anguillian and although we don't have a bodied force on land the british stand ready to defend us. Salute!
On our island we have two special armed forces (PVI) pantha vibes international and our families.
In march, we surprise our uncle with an out of the world birthday party to our surprise it was the first time any of us had ever seen uncle frenchie cry. what a day, family togetherness means death to the unnamed solider. we march with a cause, we rage with a cause our AxA, our family, our home.
Every day thousands of soldiers stand ready to defend what they treasure, their home, rights, freedom and justice. My uncle retired more then 40 years ago but we still recognise him as a hero my cousin and all those who ever served a heart felt thank you and great respect to all.