Justin Moore knows what it means to honor the men and woman who sacrificed their all for our nation.
Justin says, “To have that inside you, that thing that you’re willing to put your life on the line or at risk because you want to save, help, etc. other people, because that’s more important to you, now that’s very, very special. I wish I had more of that in me. If we could only bottle that up and give it to everybody, myself included, this world would be a much better place.”
When he record his number-1 song “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” Justin shares, “I learned with ‘The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,’ in particular, that all we hear all the time, is all the bad stuff. But there is so much good out there and so much love out there. It just don’t sell newspapers. It don’t sell advertising, so we don’t hear about it. But having the chance to travel around the country and meet people who do just extraordinary things on a daily basis, I wish people got to see that more. You know, you look at even the front line healthcare workers over the last year. I mean I’ve got some in my family even. The positions that they’re willing to put themselves in to get us through some unbelievably difficult times is really, really special.”
Justin adds, “For any time it went unsaid or felt like to our veterans that it went unnoticed what they do and have done for us, God bless you. We appreciate you more than you know. I had one grandfather in the Navy [and] another in the Air Force, so it was instilled in me at an early age to respect those men and women, you know, because of the sacrifices that they make on a daily basis are what keep us free and safe and the greatest country in the world.”
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