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A Year of Service"The All American Beef Battalion

Amanda Nolz

Courtesy photoBeef Empire Days Rodeo Queen Heather Temple with soldiers who are deploying to Iraq from Salina, KS.

When a young man or woman enlists as a soldier, it’s no small sacrifice. Gripping an M-16, this brave soldier travels to foreign lands, leaving behind the comforts of home, saying goodbye to friends and family and knowing it might be the last time to touch American soil. This soldier knows that freedom doesn’t come free and is willing to give up their life to preserve that American ideal. Since the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, over 600,000 people have given their lives to protect America’s freedom.

The American dream was formed by the belief that everyone is created equal and has the opportunity to find success and happiness. Ranchers hold on tight to this American dream as they utilize the land and livestock to feed the world. Not many people understand the sacrifices of an American soldier, and not many people comprehend the dedication of an American rancher. Vietnam veteran and cattleman Bill Broadie understands both, and his goal is to give soldiers a taste of the American dream with steak feeds of appreciation.

When a young man or woman enlists as a soldier, it’s no small sacrifice. Gripping an M-16, this brave soldier travels to foreign lands, leaving behind the comforts of home, saying goodbye to friends and family and knowing it might be the last time to touch American soil. This soldier knows that freedom doesn’t come free and is willing to give up their life to preserve that American ideal. Since the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, over 600,000 people have given their lives to protect America’s freedom.

The American dream was formed by the belief that everyone is created equal and has the opportunity to find success and happiness. Ranchers hold on tight to this American dream as they utilize the land and livestock to feed the world. Not many people understand the sacrifices of an American soldier, and not many people comprehend the dedication of an American rancher. Vietnam veteran and cattleman Bill Broadie understands both, and his goal is to give soldiers a taste of the American dream with steak feeds of appreciation.

When a young man or woman enlists as a soldier, it’s no small sacrifice. Gripping an M-16, this brave soldier travels to foreign lands, leaving behind the comforts of home, saying goodbye to friends and family and knowing it might be the last time to touch American soil. This soldier knows that freedom doesn’t come free and is willing to give up their life to preserve that American ideal. Since the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, over 600,000 people have given their lives to protect America’s freedom.

The American dream was formed by the belief that everyone is created equal and has the opportunity to find success and happiness. Ranchers hold on tight to this American dream as they utilize the land and livestock to feed the world. Not many people understand the sacrifices of an American soldier, and not many people comprehend the dedication of an American rancher. Vietnam veteran and cattleman Bill Broadie understands both, and his goal is to give soldiers a taste of the American dream with steak feeds of appreciation.

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When a young man or woman enlists as a soldier, it’s no small sacrifice. Gripping an M-16, this brave soldier travels to foreign lands, leaving behind the comforts of home, saying goodbye to friends and family and knowing it might be the last time to touch American soil. This soldier knows that freedom doesn’t come free and is willing to give up their life to preserve that American ideal. Since the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, over 600,000 people have given their lives to protect America’s freedom.

The American dream was formed by the belief that everyone is created equal and has the opportunity to find success and happiness. Ranchers hold on tight to this American dream as they utilize the land and livestock to feed the world. Not many people understand the sacrifices of an American soldier, and not many people comprehend the dedication of an American rancher. Vietnam veteran and cattleman Bill Broadie understands both, and his goal is to give soldiers a taste of the American dream with steak feeds of appreciation.