I love how this woman has found a way to support our troops without having to support our wars, too. Or as she put it, “I don’t care about political crap — I just love freedom.”
Here’s a response to this video found on YouTube: such an amazing beautiful story and such an outstanding woman..this is what America is about looking out for one another no matter what the cost is. Kaziah, God bless you in everything you do, never asking for anything in return…you have showed me that life is not getting things it’s about giving back to our fallen heroes and keeping them here with us. THANK YOU
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Thank you Kaziah Hancock for helping these Soldiers, Airmen, Seals, and Marines make it home to their families. “Doc” Rafter, VN ’68.
GOD BLESS this women and all that she does .. SEMPER FI