It is rare in America that one individual is recognized for the highest levels of combat valor, as a respected member of the literary and journalistic world, and as a blunt-spoken leader in national politics.
In steadfast defense of the integrity and well-being of those who have served our country.
In service of our country.
When did it become acceptable to kill a top leader of a country we aren’t even at war with?
Remarks by Former Senator Jim Webb – Lost Soldiers Ceremony
America lost a great spirit this morning, and I lost one of my most treasured friends. God Bless You, Mac. And Semper Fidelis. jameswebb.com/news/mac-mcgar… pic.twitter.com/lrwDFGKuqY
About 2 weeks ago from Jim Webb's Twitter via Twitter Web App
At a time when our political debates have come to resemble Kardashian-like ego squabbles, America desperately needs commonsense leadership in its foreign policy.
About 3 weeks ago from Jim Webb's Twitter via Twitter Web App
Remarks by Former Senator Jim Webb at the 26 October Lost Soldiers Ceremony in Westminster CA
About 3 months ago from Jim Webb's Twitter via Twitter Web App
Update for the 26 October Lost Soldiers ceremony at Freedom Park, Westminster Cemetery, Orange County CA
About 4 months ago from Jim Webb's Twitter via Twitter Web App
FedEx Chairman Fred Smith to Speak at the October 26 Memorial Service for 81 ARVN “Lost Soldiers”
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