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    Houston and Harvey

    Powerful hurricane heading into Houston and that area of Texas.

    Lord please help the folks in the path of this.

    In Jesus name, amen.

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    story from an email. a prayer for all these men and families from rr.

    Walton, Florida, Is presently thelargest Military


    Complex in the world and


    encompasses a large contingent of Air Force units,


    Naval


    Warfare units, and the 7th Army Special Forces,


    and 6th Army Rangers. My home is exactly 5 miles


    outside the main gate of Eglin


    AFB.





    Most


    folks in the USA don't live in a


    Military Town, with lots of guys in uniform walking the


    streets and jets overhead daily. They go on with their


    lives unaware of what a Military Town is all about. And


    that's OK ... But I want to


    share with you what it's like to live in a Military


    Town. We see guys in uniform all the time, we have state


    of the art, high-performance aircraft in the air nearby all


    day long. We hear the SOUND OF


    FREEDOM when an F-22, or F-35


    streaks over the house ..... and we read in the local paper,


    some times daily, but at least weekly, of the loss of one


    of our own in combat in the Middle East. And that is


    what brings me to the reason for this


    email.Staff Sergeant Mark


    DeAlencar was 37 years old, had


    a family and was a Green Beret with the 7th Army Special


    Forces stationed here in the Fort Walton area. He was


    killed on April 8, 2017, while fighting Islamic State in


    eastern Afghanistan. In January of this year, he was


    deployed for the second time to Afghanistan. He promised


    his adopted daughter, Octavia, that he would be


    home for her High School Graduation. He didn't make


    it. But she went to graduation anyway. And in the


    audience were eighty (80) US 7th Armed


    Special Forces soldiers from her dad’s unit


    in full Parade Dress Uniform. Additionally, they brought


    THEIR


    FAMILIES to be with them, as


    well. And as


    Octavia ascended the steps to


    the stage to receive her diploma THEY ALL SILENTLY STOOD


    UP. And when she was


    presented her diploma they ALL CHEERED, CLAPPED ,


    WHISTLED .... and YES CRIED. Everyone in


    attendance then stood up and cried and cheered.


    Octavia had graduated and yes


    she had lost her Dad ..... but


    she had 80 other


    DADS to stand there with


    her and take his place.I just wanted to share


    this moment with you ..... and remind you that


    THIS IS WHAT IT'S


    LIKE TO LIVE IN A MILITARY TOWN.


    This is the real


    America


    we all love ..... and


    I'm proud to be part of it. May


    God bless our men in


    uniform and their families who give so much. (Take a


    second to pass this along to someone you know. It's


    the least we can do for Octavia and SSgt Mark


    DeAlencar, 7th Special Forces,


    United States Army.)

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