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Jim Ellison (Photo by Charley Barnes, TSM)
Jim Ellison (Photo by Charley Barnes, TSM)
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Former Marine Has Peddled Over 71,000 Miles For Deployed Troops And Will Continue Till They Come Home

I was on my way home from New Mexico Sunday while doing some soul searching and ran into Jim Ellison at a rest area. What a great human being and what he is doing is just amazing considering Jim's frame was not made so much for bicycling.

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Bring All Your Friends This Weekend For The National Armed Forces FreedomRide – Colorado

Make plans for the 4th National Armed Forces FreedomRide (click on their link to find a ride in your state) on Saturday May 18th to observe Armed Forces Day and to acknowledge the importance of remembering those who sacrificed their Freedom.

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19 Year Old Army Spc. Kevin Cardoza Among 5 Who ‘Gave Their All’ Last Week – Week 19 Honor Post

Five (5) more soldiers have paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. These warriors have sacrificed everything and sadly, most of America has no idea because sadly our flags won't fly at half staff for them as a nation. Please remember, “Freedom” isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it; just like these 5 brave men. Please make it a point to share this on your FB pages and social media sites so that everyone knows, every week, that these young men and women continue to die every week.

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Why Would The U.S. Army Need The Help Of A Rapper?

I will be the first to admit that I am not a fan of rap, at all. A good friend of mine who is also not fan, at all, sent me a video that said I had to see. Since it was from Eric Jon Barrett (USMC), I knew it warranted my time and now I am asking the same of you.

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Colorado’s Capt. Mark T. Voss And Cpl. David M. Sonka Among Eight Who Died Last Week Defending Our Freedom – Week 18 Honor Post

Another week and eight (8) more soldiers who has paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. These warriors have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Please remember, “Freedom” isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It’s a good habit to get into! KIA States

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Capt. Aaron R. Blanchard Among Six Who Made The Ultimate Sacrifice For Us Last Week – Week 17 Honor Post

Another week and six (6) more soldiers who has paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. These warriors have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Please remember, “Freedom” isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It’s a good habit to get into!

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Robert Laberge, Getty Images
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Army Pfc. Barrett L. Austin Made The Ultimate Sacrifice For Us Last Week – Week 16 Honor Post

Another week and another soldier who has paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. These warriors have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Please remember, “Freedom” isn’t free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It’s a good habit to get into!

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Killed In Action Honor Post - Week 15
Killed In Action Honor Post - Week 15
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Chief Warrant Officer Jarett M.Yoder Among 5 Who Were ‘Killed In Action’ Last Week – Week 15 Honor Post

Another week and another 5 more soldiers lost since last Monday's post. These warriors have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Please remember, "Freedom" isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It's a good habit to get into!

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Capt. James Michael Steel
Capt. James Michael Steel
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Air Force Capt. James Michael Steel ‘Killed In Action’ Last Week – Week 14 Honor Post

Another week and another soul lost to a senseless war since last Monday's post. Freedom isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It's a good habit to get into!

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Veteran From Loveland, Colorado Helps Kids In Iraq & at Home [PICTURES]

I have such a respect for the fighting men and women that lay their lives on the line for our country every single day. During the 28 Hours of Hope I crossed paths with a veteran of the war in Iraq and I had to share his story.

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U.S. Army Sgt. Michael C. Cable ‘Killed In Action’ Last Week – Week 13 Honor Post

We have lost two more soldiers since last Monday's post. One of the saddest stories is the death of Sgt. Cable as he was stabbed in the neck by an Afghan teen as Sgt. Cable played with some local children. There is no word on the condition of the Afghan teenager. Freedom isn't free at all; someone has to pay for it. Please make it a point this week to go out of your way and thank a soldier. It's a good habit to get into!

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American Military Family
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American Military Family Hosting Their 4th Annual Casino Night This Saturday In Golden

Bring your friends and join American Military Family this Saturday night in Golden for their 4th annual Casino Night.

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