Today is the day to remember all the soldiers. In my immediate family, my Dad served. My son’s maternal Grandfather served and was a war hero. Most of my co-workers at DRC served and my collegue, Paul Balint’s son served and died in combat.
People forget about the scale of the world we are living in. Us humans with our monkey sized minds aren’t build to comprehend what it means to 4,300 troops dead and 48,000 civilians dead.
Anyhow, in a world with numbers this big, small check charity counts for more than you’d think. Here is one place you can contribute to offset the cost of the war: “Gold Start Family Support Center“
One year ago, my coworker’s son Paul Balint Jr. died in action in Ramadi, Iraq. Paul served on our behalf, doing a job that someone had to do.
In memory of Paul Balint, Jr, let us reciprocate his service and learn what we can do to serve the 100,000+ troops serving in harm’s way in Iraq.
Army Emergency Relief Fund