My Military Friends

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[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_burke_cody_032.jpg]3210Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_burke_cody_033.jpg]3070Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_burke_cody_034.jpg]2780Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody1_060.jpg]2650Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_001.jpg]2800Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_002.jpg]2640Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_003.jpg]2480Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_006.jpg]2250Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_007.jpg]2210Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_015.jpg]2160Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_019.jpg]2130Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_021.jpg]2070Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_022.jpg]1870Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_024.jpg]1950Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_025.jpg]1820Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_028.jpg]1760Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_031.jpg]1980Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_039.jpg]1840Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_050.jpg]1910Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_053.jpg]1820Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_058.jpg]1890Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_067.jpg]2060Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_069.jpg]2030Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_070.jpg]1860Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_090.jpg]1960Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_094.jpg]1820Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_095.jpg]1760Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
[img src=http://1boyuso.com/wp-content/flagallery/my-military-friends/thumbs/thumbs_rrn_cody_096.jpg]1830Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest PatriotEight-year-old Cody Jackson is America's Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.Cody's mum takes him to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, told the National Enquirer: "I tell them, 'Thank you for protecting us.' I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy."I do it because it's the right thing to do. They're risking their lives for us. They're fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country."Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
Eight-year-old Cody Jackson is America&#039;s Littlest Patriot after taking it on himself to personally thank U.S. troops for serving their country.<br />Cody&#039;s mum takes him to Atlanta&#039;s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a month so he can personally thank servicemen and women returning to home soil.<br />Cody, from Alpharetta, Georgia, said, &quot;I tell them, &#039;Thank you for protecting us.&#039; I shake their hands, salute them and give them candy.<br />&quot;I do it because it&#039;s the right thing to do. They&#039;re risking their lives for us. They&#039;re fighting for us, for our freedom and for our country.&quot;<br />Cody - who dreams of becoming a Marine - has personally thanked about 10,000 troops, according to his proud mum Kelly.<br />He regularly visits the airport, a major hub for returning and departing soldiers, to spend several hours each time thanking them.
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