Soldier's Surprise Proposal at Baseball Game

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  • 2011-09-21T03:31:20

Nathan J Kerr Anybody that serves in the United States miltary is a solider and deserves the same graditude and respect as anyone else.

  • 2011-09-17T16:54:59

Yay. Love is marvelous and should never die. Grow old together and stay as love.ly as today. signed A grandmother who loves also.

  • 2011-06-09T06:09:44

teary eyes... congrats couple! lovely sweet proposal!

  • 2011-06-08T01:53:11

I am thinking that they fight for freedom not for something to do and i will contine to pray that one day we can all live in peace. May God Bless you Dan

  • 2011-06-08T01:50:19

@ Dan, If your an american feel free to leave anytime, If you cant stand behind them feel free to stand in front of them. May God continue to bless this couple and All of the American soldiers that fight for our freedom

  • 2011-06-07T15:26:34

I used to kiss girls while in uniform all the time :)

  • 2011-06-05T12:45:22

My goodness, how is his being an "Airman" and not a "Soldier", relevant to the situation?

  • 2011-06-04T10:15:23

how beautiful, reminds me of my son and his partner <3 xo.

  • 2011-06-04T07:21:38

This situation is EXACTLY like him just getting off the plane.

  • 2011-06-04T07:12:00

Unfortunately some are more interested in semantics than honor. To most people the term soldier is generic for military personnel. God bless the happy couple.

  • 2011-06-03T20:42:35

does it matter how many gave their lives? the point is they gave their lives. they are serving our country. So when an airman comes home, do you completely ignore him? and only thank the soldiers from the Army and Marines? However they serve our country they are still serving our country and working, fighting, and giving their lives for our freedom. And for that I thank them

  • 2011-06-03T12:02:40

How did he do that?

  • 2011-06-03T04:53:03

Seriously.....give it a rest. Let this couple enjoy their moment and quit fussing about whether he is a soldier or an airmen. In this situation is it all that important anyway?

  • 2011-06-03T04:47:12

@ Paula, are you kidding me. Lighten up a little bit okay

  • 2011-06-03T04:45:28

How do you know? I don't feel that it is appropriate to downgrade the fact that he is just an airmen. Regardless they obviously hadn't seen each other in a long time and that is hard on any couple regardless of their job.

  • 2011-06-03T03:13:36

Not to take away from the very few actual combat troops of the Air Force (ie combat controllers) and Navy (SEALS), but the Air Force and it's reserves make up 21% of the military and 1.1% of its combat casualties and the Navy makes up 18.9% of the service and only 2.2% combat casualties. Between the real combat services (Army and Marines), fully 96.5% of all the combat casualties have come from these two services even though these services combined make up only 59.6% of the service. Calling an "Airman" a Soldier or equating them to that of the Army and Marines and the much harder sacrifice incurred by them over the safer sister services of the Navy and Air Force is a slap in the face to those of us who stood up and joined the services our mommies warned us not to join (and instead opt for the Navy or Air Force). The Army has fought the majority of this war single handedly (accounting for nearly 3 out 4 combat mortalities) with some help of the Marines. From about.com The Army (including the Army National Guard and Reserves) comprises 48.8% of the total DOD force, but sustained 73.2% (2,716) of the combat deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Marine Corps (including the Reserves) makes up only 10.8% of the total DOD force, but experienced 23.3% (867) of the combat related deaths. The Navy (including Reserves) make up 18.9% of the total DOD force, and sustained 2.2% (84) of the total combat casualties. The Air Force (including Air National Guard and Reserves) comprises 21.5% of the total DOD force, and experienced 1.1% (40) of the total casualties. There has been one Coast Guard combat casualty.

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