I want to give a shout out to two of my favorite men who are in the military, my brother Sergeant Casey White, who is in Texas right now getting ready to leave for his appointment. I miss him so much, he’s my big brother, he’s my world and I just want to wish him the best of luck and say come home safe, because if not we’ll come get you. And the other shout out goes to one of my best friends Private Mitchell Croy who is actually in training to be a Sergeant. He just left a couple days ago, he’ll be gone for three weeks and I’m going crazy without him. I just want to give a shout out and say thank you to these men for everything that they do. I love you both, I’ll see you guys soon.
Hey this is Ashley, I just want to say that I’m extremely proud of my best friend who’s leaving for basic training for the Army tomorrow. I just want to say I love you and that I’m so proud and your family is too.
This is Nicole and Temperance Baker from Chicago, IL. We’re calling to say that our daddy is coming home next week. He’s been gone for nine months in Afghanistan and we’re so excited to have him back home and in our everyday life. Thank you to all the servicemen and women out there who serve their country and their family on a daily basis. God bless you all.
Hi, my name is Lisa and my son Tommy was in Afghanistan December 11th of 2010 when he stepped on an IED. He came home as a triple amputee but his life is great now. He’s come a long way, he’s getting married next summer, and I just want to tell all the men and women in the military thank you for your service and thank you to my son Tommy. I love you son, good job buddy. Thank you, bye.
Hi my name is Jenny and I’m somewhere in Virginia right now traveling towards Michigan. My husband just deployed on Thursday so we’re missing him a whole lot right now. He’s in the Army and he’s been in for 12 years. I give my love to all the military spouses because this is a hard job. Thanks and God bless.
I have a 32-year-old daughter who’s been serving in the Air Force for 15 years and I also have a son-in-law that’s serving. I’m very, very proud of them, both of them. She went in when she was 17.. that was a very hard thing for me to do, to sign for my baby girl to go to war. God bless the troops. Thank you.
Country music star Justin Moore has teamed up with whisky brand Crown Royal to honor the men and women who selflessly serve our nation every day through the brand’s Heroes Project. This spring he recorded a special song, titled “Heroes,” which was written by Greg Bates for the Heroes Project.
On the heels of the launch of Moore’s third studio album Off the Beaten Path, which debuted at #1 on the country charts, the brand is once again making “Heroes” available to consumers 21+ for free download at www.CrownHeroesSong.com. Crown Royal will donate $1 to the Armed Forces Foundation for every download redeemed through Veteran’s Day (Nov. 11th).
Hi, my name is Allie and I’m calling from Alabama. I’d like to hear the song “Toes” by Zac Brown Band because my brother John, who is an Army Ranger, is the one who got me hooked on country first, so I wouldn’t be listening to this if it weren’t for him.
My name’s Lauren and I would like to make a shout out to my boyfriend Aaron who is in the Navy. He’s leaving for Guam in a month and I just want to tell him that I’m going to miss him and that I’m very proud of him. I’d like to request “Highway Don’t Care” by Tim McGraw.