*Deployment Chronicles*

This blog is my way to pay homage to those who have served, show respect to those who currently serve, & encourage those who will serve.
I am proud to be a military spouse & tip my hat to the rest of you who are as well.
Please, do not be offended by any jokes or sarcastic posts. No matter how noble of a job it may be, I will always find a way to make light of it.
I hope you enjoy my blog & don't be afraid to share it. Thanks! :)

A Soldier and a Marine just testing out their camo.

pettyofficerdongers:

captainkristine:

this-is-my-life-lacy:

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lololololol

I’m reblogging this again cause it’s that awesome.

Then there’s the Navy

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(Source: thewhitechickoj, via ruinedchildhood)

underutilizedromanticresource:

timelordparadise:

empathydisorder:

10knotes:

bored marines

they’re freedom worms

it’s really heartening to know that even big tough marine dudes do the sleeping bag thing

i like how in the first GIF he just kind rolls and plops off his bed, and then other people join him in the thing

(Source: liebg0tt, via heyfunniest)

weirdenlightenment:

tedx:

In this gut-wrenching talk, Sergeant Andrew Chambers shares the haunting story of his time in Iraq and the tough transition home that landed him in jail. It’s a powerful testimony to the struggle our soldiers face when they come home, and the tragic ways that they can be denied the help they need. 

For any veterans who need help, you can find a list of resources here. Among them, the Wounded Warrior Project does outstanding work with wounded vets. 

For anyone looking to support a veteran, we encourage you to heed Chambers’s advice: "Find a veteran and listen to his story. A lot of us just need somebody to talk to." 

Watch the full talk here.

Find a veteran and listen to his or her story

This hurt my heart.
My husband will officially be a veteran on December 1st & I see these signs in him.
Please, listen.

(via crissle)

cornersoftheworld:

10,000 are believed to have died in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban City. Please donate any amount that you can to the Red Cross. Please reblog, share and pray for those in the Philippines who are facing tremendous loses. Thank you.

DONATE HERE: http://www.redcross.org.ph/donate