23 Apr '15, 4pm
Being appreciated for your military service has no time limit @kamereinspires #Military #Service
An Outback Steakhouse does a class act by zeroing out a 92-year-old’s bill. Why? Because they were honoring his military service from World War II. He was aboard The Lexington, aka “Lady Lex” or the “Gray Lady” during the Battle of the Coral Sea, instrumental in fighting the Japanese. For all veterans out there – thank you for your service! What an Outback Steakhouse Does for a 92-Year-Old World War II Veteran is Simply Beyond Classy BY KYLE BECKER A 92-year-old World War II veteran was just expecting a meal with his son Bob Nieman and two other people at the local Outback Steakhouse on his birthday. What he got was a profound expression of respect that honored the man for his tremendous duty to the nation. Bob Nieman reached out to Opposing Views with his story of how an Outback Steakhouse’s staff made sure the man felt like his military service was appreciated.