A 10-year-old wrote a letter to American troops along with a care package with some of his Halloween candy. His mother helped him assemble the care package, and when she read his letter, noticed that it included some language not quite appropriate for a 10-year-old. But she figured it was harmless and sent the unedited version. An image of the letter became a hit when a military wife shared the letter, which her husband received during deployment overseas. Its language is indeed a little surprising, but the troops loved it and everyone else does too.
Here's the letter, which starts out sweet, and ends with some pure 'merica:
Thank you for your service. Me and my family are so thankful for you troops protecting us. Thank you for trying your hardest to protect our country. Good luck on killing those ISIS f##ks.
That's how you do it. That's how you stick the landing on a letter to the troops. The only way it could have been more patriotic is if an eagle dropped the care package out of the sky.