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Reply LuciaTed
7:05 AM on November 18, 2017 
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Reply TimmyMiz
5:09 AM on November 16, 2017 
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Reply Denise Head
1:16 PM on November 14, 2017 
Dear SSGT Chambers, Thank you for your service, protecting and defending our nation. God bless you for what you did and still do for others. I pray for you and your family. Respectfully, Denise Head
Reply Thomasdib
11:24 AM on November 4, 2017 
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Reply Chris Hamilton
9:15 PM on October 24, 2017 

Thank you for being that one man that makes a difference.  Bless you sir.

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Reply mike rambo
7:24 AM on August 16, 2017 
hellio Tim, my name is Mike and I meet you a few years ago at a benefit, we are having a Memorial run for a brother Marine, who killed himself over in afganistan last year, his first big wish was to ride his motorcycle across contry as soon as he got back home to America,, unfortinitly that wish never never came through so his Marine corp. buddy JR. said in his memory he would do the ride for Keith, so for Keith's Mother and his family we jumped on board to help, we built at our motorcycle shop at Mineola, long island. we are also chapter 6 Rolling Thunder, NY. if you have the time we would love to invite you to this great MEMORIAL RUN, for CPL. Keith A. Miller USMC, my contacts are cell # 917-244-0519 or 516-765-0905, [email protected] the event is sept. 23, 2017 @ 12:00pm till 5:00pm at the EAST ISLIP MARINA, 333 BAYVIEW AVE. EAST ISLIP, NY, 11730 Thank you !
Reply Brian
9:50 PM on July 31, 2017 

Semper Fi Staff Sargent posthumously from Capt. J.A. Bixler.  He would be proud to know you as would I.  Never made Rolloing Thunder but did ride in Biker's on Parade in Gainesville, Fl.  Bless you, you wonderful wife and all the folks who have served.

Reply Tony
8:16 PM on July 25, 2017 

Semper FI from a fellow Marine. I admire and respect your dedication to not only the Rolling Thunder event but for all the additional work I have seen you do from all the videos. Once i saw the first video i was hooked. You have proven for 15 p;us years that the Marines truely are " The Few, The Proud". Your dedication to this event and the veterans you salute will inspire a new generation of Patriots of which I am proud to say I raised in the tradition of service to country before self.

Stay strong, carry on and may God Bless you and your wonderful bride.

OH RAH Brother

Reply Craig Rupert
6:00 PM on July 7, 2017 

Sir, you are a credit to your uniform.  Thank you for your service and your respectful remembrance which I know is an incredibly strenuous undertaking.

Reply Michael Perrigin
3:42 PM on July 2, 2017 

Tim, you are THE Marine in my book.

Reply Yost
10:02 AM on June 28, 2017 

Thank you so much Staff Sergeant.  You did honor our vets.  Such a simple gesture, with such profound meaning.  Congratulations to you and your Bride.  A very precious and rare woman indeed.

Reply Laura Caligiuri
1:40 AM on June 8, 2017 

Thank you for your service to this country and for the inspiration you give to all of us. God bless you and your family and God Bless America.

Reply Gary Lundskow
11:37 PM on May 31, 2017 
Thank you Tim for your dedication salute to Dick. It was an honor to meet you face to face and be able to thank you on behalf of the family.
Reply Katrina Rees
8:59 PM on May 31, 2017 
Mr. SSGT Tim Chambers, We had the very distinct pleasure of meeting you (without realizing who you were) at the hotel lounge Monday morning, on our first trip to Rolling Thunder 2017. You gave us both a Saluting Marine coin. Even though I came over and thanked you for the coin, It still hadn't occurred to me that it was you on that coin, you are the Saluting Marine! Words can't even begin to describe how honored I am to have been given such a special coin! You, a SSGT Marine who does so much good and has served this great Country of ours, and who is also The Saluting Marine, is giving me something! All I can say is Thank You Sir! Thank you for choosing to come over to us, Thank you for all that you are and all that you do! Bless you! Sincerely Yours, Katrina and Sue
Reply Susan M Brown
2:10 PM on May 28, 2017 
Dear SSgt Tim Chambers (Rey) Once again, you have brought the true meaning of Memorial Day to the forefront. I was sorry to see your wrist causing you pain - but that truly drills your dedication home. My husband (still living Thank God) was in the USMC and my son is actively serving his eighth year in the.USAF as a TSgt MTI. Thank you for actually educating people about what this day stands for. We are remembering and honoring all who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Your wife was amazing on your wedding day by the way. So, once again, I watched you today with tears coursing down my cheeks. You are amazing, you are appreciated, you are loved by our beloved nation. Thank you.
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10:25 AM on January 14, 2017 
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Reply Rich Garno
5:53 PM on December 8, 2016 

I was trying to think of somethng good to write.  Then I read what Bob philip wrote and decided to just copy his words.  I will add that by any definition that matters, you and the people you salute are real heroes.  Here are Mr. Philip's words, with me noting that I am a VDW, Veteran of a Domestic War.

From someone who never served in the armed services, I can assure you that there are many of us who truly appreciate and thank you for your service. I try to thank every service man and woman I see for their service. Your Rolling Thunder salute to so many veterans speaks volumes of your own character and is a voice for the silent majority that cannot be there to extend our thanks to all those veterans. You and all those you salute make me proud to be an American. All of you are the backbone of our country. Thank you and all veterans for preserving our great country with your personal sacrifices. I salute all of you.

Reply Gerhard Adler
8:24 AM on December 6, 2016 
I was your great salut at youtube. Greetings from Germany to my american comrades and brothers in arms. Gerhard Adler Hauptmann d. R.der Bundeswehr Captain (reserve) Germany Army
Reply Bob Philip
11:40 PM on November 29, 2016 

Mr. Chambers,

From someone who never served in the armed services, I can assure you that there are many of us who truly appreciate and thank you for your service.  I try to thank every service man and woman I see for their service.  Your Rolling Thunder salute to so many veterans speaks volumes of your own character and is a voice for the silent majority that cannot be there to extend our thanks to all those veterans.  You and all those you salute make me proud to be an American.  All of you are the backbone of our country.  Thank you and all veterans for preserving our great country with your personal sacrifices.  I salute all of you.  


Reply DJ WILLIAMS
12:59 PM on November 11, 2016 

it was so nice to meet you last night. I was the one with the nonprofit called Just One Day. It is great what you are going for our country's veterans. Thank again and keep up the good work.

Reply shelley
12:51 PM on September 27, 2016 

Tim  I met you in San Diego during my Uber ride, I was not able to give you a tip, so i made a donation to your wonderful charity.  It was great meeting you and such an honor for what you have accomplished and will continue to to do.  Thank you for your service, the world needs more people like you, we are blessed.  

Reply Christi
8:56 PM on September 7, 2016 
As the granddaughter, niece, daughter, sister, wife of veterans, and the mom of a currently serving soldier, I want to thank you for your service. And for your commitment to Rolling Thunder. You are making sure your brothers and sisters in arms are not forgotten. I hope to be participating in Rolling Thunder next year. I just wanted to let you know that you are making a difference. People are going to remember because of you.
Reply Mark Occhipint
10:15 AM on September 4, 2016 

Tim, 

It was an honor to meet you and have a ride with my family last evening in Carlsbad with you. It is always a priviledge to meet another Marine, and especially one who continues to give back to others. Semper Fidelis

Reply Kimberly Holman
9:47 AM on July 2, 2016 
One person can make a difference. Thank you for your past and continued service. God Bless the USA.
Reply Don Lumb
6:30 PM on June 29, 2016 
SEMPER FI, My dad was a Corpsman that served 26yrs before retiring. I am humbled that you stand and hold your salute the entire time regardless of how hot, tired or miserable the weather. I salute you for all you do my brother. I too served but went to the Army for 28 yrs total service.
Reply Carolyn Foster
9:34 AM on June 27, 2016 

Absolutely Awesome Mister Sir!!!  Thank you from my Mom and Daddy.  You salute for ALL in the service, gone and present, and Daddy would choke up and salute you too....he does so to you from Heaven.  Thank you.

Reply Randy Gilson
11:07 PM on June 26, 2016 

Greetings from Elkader, Iowa! Just wanted to thank you for your service and express my admiration and respect for what you do.

Reply Vanessa De La Rosa
11:11 AM on June 13, 2016 
Reply Steven E McCormack
6:08 PM on June 9, 2016 
BWVR
Reply frank somerville
10:35 AM on June 4, 2016 

Hi I am a brit and I think what you do is fantastic, I am a supporter of Help the heroes (british) and wounded Warrior, and I always thank all vetrans for the freedom I have today, I often visit friends in Kansas but I intend to get to see you take the salute in the near future. I would also like to congratulate you on your marriage and wish you both a long healthy happy and loving relationship. Thank you very much

Reply Glen Page
7:06 PM on June 2, 2016 

I rode Rolling Thunder for the first time this past weekend. I was really looking forward to coming around that corner and seeing you saluting. I was pleasantly shocked to see your beautiful bride by your side in her stunning wedding gown. As the son of a sub vet I know how important spouses can be to military personnel and to vets. It was very moving to see you and to see her by your side! What a tribute and what love! I am not a vet but my college roommate is and he was riding just in front of me. I promise you that there were not to many dry eyes, mine included, on the bikers that rode by such a sweet looking couple! Thank you to you and your bride for helping make this event so special! God Bless you both! Many happy years to you!

Reply Jean Booth Kleinschmidt
10:11 AM on June 1, 2016 
As the daughter of a Vietnam veteran and the wife of a veteran, I say THANK YOU to you for what you do!!!!! My father has riden a Harley pretty much my whole life and Rolling Thunder is the one event he has not been able to go to. He has however seen the videos of you at Rolling Thunder and you have moved him emotionally and I think that is COOL! Thank you and may God Bless you (especially with the health to do what you do for many years).
Reply Heidi Dickey
9:06 PM on May 30, 2016 
Tears of respect is all i can muster!! You are an AMAZING man for all that you do!! From everyone of us here at the American Legion Post 292 in Mascoutah,IL.....WE SALUTE YOU!!!!!!
Reply Sharon
8:57 PM on May 30, 2016 
Thank you so much for taking your time, and hardship to do all that you do. I know it must be so hard to salute for hours each year! May Jesus bless you, and keep you. With so much respect for you, Lord bless you!
Reply L/ Cpl Guy Melton
7:59 PM on May 30, 2016 
S/F RVN vet
Reply Sharon Hostetler
5:57 PM on May 30, 2016 
So inspiring to watch your dedication to the fallen and veterans. You're awesome.
Reply Joni
12:03 PM on May 30, 2016 

Thank you, sir, for your service, past and continued. You are a true American Hero. God Bless You!

Reply Sarah
10:37 AM on May 30, 2016 
This was my 8th year watching you salute at Rolling Thunder- watching you marry at the spot you have made history at was absolutely amazing. Congratulations on your marriage, thank you so much for your service and everything you stand for. It brings tears to my eyes every year & this year especially.
Reply Charlie Bowman
9:43 AM on May 30, 2016 

Thank you, sir, for what you're doing. Thank you for your service.

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