Posted by: SJS | November 11, 2020

Veteran’s Day 2020 – we remember the very best among us.

A plaque honoring American women who served
The crew of a PT Tender pose with their mascot
A Marine gun captain points out a Kamikaze plane aiming for a US Destroyer

On Veterans Day, we salute all those who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States. As the son of a WWII Navy veteran and the brother of an Army veteran who served in the 1970s, I am enormously proud of the contribution our family has made to the American military.

My father, George “Red” Stahley, and my sister, Maryellen Stahley Brown, served our nation with distinction–my father as a PT boat radioman and my sister as member of the Army’s Nursing Corps. November 11th is a very special day in our family.

To all those who have stepped forward and served in our nation’s armed forces we owe a great debt of gratitude. They represent the very best of who we are as Americans.

Anyone who would denigrate, ridicule, or belittle our veterans–especially those veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice–is not worthy of being considered an American citizen. There is a word for a person of that ilk–and that word is loser.

On this Veteran’s Day 2020, may God bless all those who have served in the American Armed Forces and all who currently serve our nation on active duty across the globe and here at home.


  1. Thank you to your sister for her service and as always to Red.

    • Thank you, Lloyd. I deeply appreciate your continued support. Sorry for the long delay in responding.

  2. Thank you to your father and sister for their service to our country. Also, thank you to all Veterans for their service and sacrifice to protect our country and our freedoms.

    • Thanks, GP. As always, I appreciate your support.

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