Well that got to me! And I live smack dab in the middle of a military area. And my brother in law,active duty,has been to Saudi,Afghanistan and Iraq,says it makes him feel good when someone does something like this.
That's so nice and thoughtful....thanks for the link, Carla ~ :)
Thanks, Carla that is a great way!
I had no idea what the proper gesture was until I found this on your blog. Thank you! I'm an ex-military wife/mom (husband has served and retired US Army) and I always thought eye-contact and a gentle nod was it. I know that was acceptable but now I know the proper (and hopefully universal) gesture. I will do this gesture next time I see active military and I see them often as I'm smack dab in the middle of a National Proving Training Grounds. I have posted this on my blog too, hope you don't mind. Thank you! Bless you Hugs!!!
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