RP, your Dad was a good soldier. WWII & Korea.Thats a heckVaquero wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 10:13 pmNothing wrong with being a grunt, dad was one also.Grunt67 wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 3:55 pmIf you're Army or Marines, you know what it is, but if not; I was in the Infantry ( 11B10, light weapons infantry ). Thing was, when it
gets tough, you have to just grunt & keep going. So we were called "grunts". Since I was in "Nam" in 1967, we have grunt67.
I used it on all my forums & other places I visit. There you have it.
I've been called worse.
Gen. Paton once said he had a lot of respect for the soldier with the Combat Infantry badge, more so than the CMA.
My Dad's his has the Star in the top center, dang collar.
WW 2 & Korean.
Thank you and ALL the Veterans here for your Services.
Hope you all have a GREAT weekend.
of a tour. I have the CIB also & the Purple Heart.
My Dad was in WWII.
If your Dad is still with us, tell him thanks for his service from
an old grunt.
It's a bond like none other.