• Thanks for stopping by. Logging in to a registered account will remove all generic ads. Please reach out with any questions or concerns.

Return of NDI 75: Veteran Service Card [Merged]

Humphrey Bogart

Moderator
Staff member
Directing Staff
Subscriber
Reaction score
7,446
Points
1,360
It's common in the states and the public goes out of their way make sure to identify if someone is a veteran or not and makes sure they get whatever support is offered. They do so in part because they have useful ID cards which veterans carry. ( Types of Veteran ID cards | Veterans Affairs ) So, in your opinion, a few less American Vets shouldn't go around and project their status to the public?
I don't care what Americans do, they can do whatever they want. We live in Canada though and are a different Country.

Endlessly clinging on to the Veteran/Milirary Identity is unhealthy and is a significant impediment to successfully moving on with life after separation from the service.
 

Pieman

Army.ca Veteran
Reaction score
33
Points
530
I don't care what Americans do, they can do whatever they want. We live in Canada though and are a different Country.
Funny, I thought there were a lot of cultural overlaps. :unsure:

Endlessly clinging on to the Veteran/Milirary Identity is unhealthy and is a significant impediment to successfully moving on with life after separation from the service.
That's a little extreme considering we are talking about ID cards. I don't carry around my old Blockbuster card and lament about the 'Be Kind - Rewind' days.
 

daftandbarmy

Army.ca Relic
Reaction score
16,834
Points
1,160
I don't care what Americans do, they can do whatever they want. We live in Canada though and are a different Country.

Endlessly clinging on to the Veteran/Milirary Identity is unhealthy and is a significant impediment to successfully moving on with life after separation from the service.

But it makes for great movies ;)

angry gran torino GIF
 
Top