I am not endorsing anything here, just relating my experience. I was working a gun show up her in MA, ( tough in this neck of the woods), and I ran into a guy wearing a LRRP hat, a very humble man but from what I can tell (I used to love reading the LRRP books, and the few heroes I have met) he was the real mccoy. He invited me to the local CIB association meeting. What a awesome experience. The local chapter had so much history there that I could have spent the whole week there talking to these Warriors. The chapter commander was a guard during the Nuremburg trials and served numerous tours in Korea. These heroes were tripping over themselves just to tell me about their history, me of all people, Iraq sucked but nothing compared to WWII,Korea or Vietnam. I was set back and for once in my life just sat back and kept my mouth shut. I was honored just to be accepted by these true american hero's. It made me remember to thank those that came before us, so Thanks to all you Veterans out there, tell your story so that others will understand the sacrafice and cost of freedom. Out Here!