+1 Bro. Hear it all the time. I despised hearing it from the very FIRST time I heard some cuck mouth it. Though surely not alwas its too often become nothing more than a meetoo facade. Mind you NOT the word thanks, but that it many times and instance/s diminishes the currency of the sacrifice men, and many women, have made on behalf of this STILL most noble Country ever recorded to human history. Those who FREELY bequeathed their sacrifice, though never to themselves, to those most thoroughly unworthy of it - and by the way those I often suspect haven't the Code to walk in their shadows... and lay claim to the Right to VOTE, if they do at all. For someone like me who never served I can find far better ways to covey my absolute gratitude and respect. I Pray I'm doing exactly this.brassmagnet mentioned respect. I, do not like people to say to me, Thank You for your service. Why, because it became so voge and the thing to do. People treat you like a second class citizen, then find out you are a vet and the mood changes. OH, Thank You For Your Service. Get out of here.