Seasons Greetings

This is just wrong!

So sad.

10/10 wud fuk

Canada military Larry?

Looks like it might be in the tropics.

Our soldiers carry either, Polar Bears or Wolves and their uniforms are white.

"uniforms are white"
but only in the winter, yeah?

Yes, but we need to protect the icebergs in the summer too. :wink:

Damn tourists ...

Dunno what "Season" the title refers to but tomorrow is Remembrance Day.

...R

Seasons Greetings.
'Thanksgiving' and coming 'Christmas' seasons.

Alas, November 11, 2017 and we still have wars through out the world.
Possibly a major fight coming with DPRK.

"When will they ever learn; when, will they, ever learn?"

Unfortunately I don't think war will end until there is only one human left who owns everything and has nobody left to fight with.

That person could have a split personality.

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“LEST WE FORGET”

TomGeorge:

"LEST WE FORGET"

It's called "Veterans Day" here in the USA. Lots of flags and yellow ribbons. What do they call it in your country? What are the symbols you have for it? The one I just quoted is unfamiliar to me.

Remembrance Day in the British Commonwealth.
Also call Armistice Day.

Its not a public holiday here.
We have April 25th, ANZAC day,

Anzac Day; a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders "who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations" and "the contribution and suffering of all those who have served".

It also every year draws attention to the troops who fell at Gallipoli, Turkey as this occurred on 25th April. 100years ago this year.

For Remembrance day you buy a poppy of various values that you would like to donate to the RSL, Returned Servicemens League.
My wife used to but a $10 poppy then give it back to the seller to sell again.

Here November 11th is 'Remembrance Day'.
100 years WWI.