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July 3, 2013

As you prepare for the July 4th holiday, take a moment and remember the military forces who are standing watch around the world. Overseas they are fulfilling the duties they have been ordered to perform, and in America they will be standing watch over their posts. They know not a holiday.

These military men and women, and those who came before them, are one of the reasons we are free to celebrate this week. They hold our freedoms dear and take our national safety personally. If you have views against the current war, or the administration, do not hold that against these men and women – they are apolitical.

To everyone who is serving around the world, my family wishes you a wonderful and peaceful holiday!

Hold the family of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in your prayers as they continue to pray for his safe and rapid return. He has been held as a Prisoner of War (POW) by the Taliban in Afghanistan for roughly four years. Do not forget him and his family today.

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