Military Deployment Quotes

December 9th, 2011 | Posted by MilitaryGifts in Military Appreciation Quotes

Military deployments are not easy for most military members, their friends, and their families. It’s hard to be separated for months on end and for family and friends, not knowing that your loved one is safe can be heart wrenching. Just like this deployment quotes said:

- “No one can really explain the way it feels to miss someone so much that the air you breathe feels like it weighs a hundred pounds. I’ll never be able to tell you why or how i do what I do but I can tell you why. I do it because not doing it isn’t an option. I know that a life without him is my worst nightmare, and this deployment is nothing but a dream.”

- “Nothing about this is easy but the distance in missing you and fear of losing you is worth more than not having you to miss.”


Military Deployment Quotes from Military SpouseAs a woman who has had her husband deployed for all year round, you can witness firsthand how hard it is. You don’t relay realize just how tough it is until you experience it for yourself.

Before your soldier leaves, write a few short love notes or inspiring deployment quotes on a small piece of paper. Then take the different notes and hide them in various pockets on their uniform, in their packed gear or in random pockets on their back packs. This way as they use their gear and uniforms they will stumble upon the notes one by one. After they find the first one they will be excited to look for more!

- “They say you can’t bottle happiness, but other military wives know that’s not true. We must bottle up a little bit of our happiness in order to survive.”

- “Distance has no correlation to love. Nothing can stand in between two people whose hearts are completely in love. Not a continent. Not a war.”

- “Nothing about this is easy but the distance in missing you and fear of losing you is worth more than not having you to miss.”

- “Remember, every time you go days, weeks, and months without hearing from your loved one. You appreciate their voice a little bit more than you did before, as do they. As much as it’s eating you up inside, it’s tearing them apart to. Hang in there, if not for you, for the one you love.”


Military Deployment Quotes from ParensAs parents, one of our greatest worries is how to keep our children safe. Even when they’ve grown up, that worry never really disappears, especially for every soldier’s parents when they face a danger so serious they can’t offer any protection. When they son or daughter, enlisted in the Army/Air Force/Navy/Marines and deployed to Iraq, they were surprised to find out how strong those worries were.

They kept their worries to themselves until the day their son and daughter was leaving, but they also were proud of what they kids had done for country. They usually use inspirational deployment quotes to show their special love and support for deployed son or daughter overseas.

- “You have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat. What is soldier’s policy? I say it is to wage war by land, sea, and air. War with all our might and with all the strength God has given us, and to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark and lamentable catalogue of human crime. ”

- “A man does not have himself killed for a half-pence a day or for a petty distinction. You must speak to the soul in order to electrify him.”

- “Men who think that their officer recognizes them are keener to be seen doing something honorable and more desirous of avoiding disgrace.”

- “You’re heroes. Children in our schools will learn about your heroism. You have come through missions that were complex and demanding, missions for which you have risked your own health and lives.”


Military Deployment Quotes from KidsHave your children keep a special deployment box while their mom or dad is deployed. Have the children decorate this box however they would like. Then each time the child receives something, makes something or writes some love quotes for their deployed parents that they want to share with their mom or dad they can put it in the box and keep it safe until they come home.

- “If you lie awake, thinking of your baby till late into the night. I shall sing to you from the stars, ‘Sleep mother, sleep.’”

- “Day by day i float my paper boats one by one down the running stream. In big black letters I write your name on them and the love wording from my heart. I hope that someone in some strange land will find them and know how much I love and miss you.”

- “Let me whisper in your ear, mother, you are my hero and idol forever.”

- “In the evening I will peep into the whispering silence of the bamboo forest, where fireflies squander their light, and will ask every creature I meet, ‘When will you come back home, dad?’”

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