Monday, November 11, 2013

Happy Veteran's Day

Thank you, veterans for your sacrifices for our country. Happy Veteran's Day.

Do you know a veteran? Please tell us about her or him. Thank you.


  1. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I know a veteran that was in the army his name is Delano he is my uncle he served in the Vietnam War I know this because my grandpa told me and we have his helmet.
    This post is from Silas.

  2. Dear Mr. Paul,
    My mom Mary is a veteran also my grand pa my mom’s grand ma my cousin my other cousin but my cousins are active and there are a few more.
    From Benjamin,

  3. Dear Mr.pahl,
    I know a veteran, my grandpa he was a coast guard. He fought for China.

  4. Thank you veterans.
    Thank you for freedom.

  5. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I have 2 veterans that I know are my mom, and my dad. My mom was in the army, and my dad was in the navy.
    From: Hayden Gates

    1. Dear Hayden,
      It’s amazing that your mom and your dad fought in the military. Can you do me a favor and tell them I say “Thank you for fighting for our freedom.”
      Tori Mr.Pahls pm 4th grade student

  6. Dear Mr. Pahl

    I know a veteran. It was my grandpa. I don’t know what he served. But I know he was in the war.

  7. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    Yes I did know a veteran, my Grandfather. He didn’t actually fight, but he was in the air force. Also, my brother, is in the National Guard and he flew to training in Korea. Also, my grandmother’s last husband was in a branch of the military, but I do not know which branch. Sadly, both of those grandfathers died, but not from a war.
    Sincerely, Miranda

  8. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I have a veteran! It is my Grandpa he was a veteran and he survived from it. He is still alive and he lives in Tacoma, WA in Milton. His nick name is Doc because when he was in the military, when people were hurt he would take him in a room and help them.

    Sincerely, Evyn

  9. Dear Mr.Pahl

    I know a veteran. It was my grandpa. I don’t know what he served. But I know he was in the war.

  10. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I know a veteran that served in the war he was my uncle I don’t know what he served for but although I think he served for the coastguard or the navy.
    Sincerely, Danny

  11. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I know a veteran. Her name is Kili. Her little brothers couldn’t pronounce her name when they were babies so now we call her Kiwi. She fought in the navy I think. I love her so much because she fought for our freedom.
    Tori Mr. Pahl’s 4th grade student

  12. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I have a Grandpa who served In the war I think he was in the Navy but i am not so sure.
    From, Sarah

  13. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    My grandpa has served in the Military and he is still alive! He has never told me what part of the military he was in. One thing I know for sure is that he was in the Vietnam War.
    From Kayden,

  14. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I know a veteran and he is my dad`s dad.I don`t know what he served.But I think he was in the coastguard.
    Sinisterly Gavin


  15. Dear class

    Yes I do know a veteran it’s my dad he was in the army he did not go into any wars but he did have practice. I do know another person who’s in the navy.

    Sincerely: Brandon

    1. Dear Brandon,
      Your dad is awesome. He is really amazing for serving for us.

  16. Dear 4 graders,

    I like the military because they had to go throw so much so we could live happy.
    The military also are very great people.
    Military rocks!

    From, Devin


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