Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider shared a post on Twitter to thank the veterans of the United States of America for Veterans Day, particularly his father Master Sergeant Bob Snider and stated that he owes his life to those who protected the country with their services.

During an interview a few months ago, frontman Dee Snider revealed his father, Bob Snider, was a vet and fought in North Korea, China, and Russia which apparently, nearly killed him while expressing the disturbance he had due to Donald Trump being friends with Kim Jong-Un.

Here is what Snider said:

“Traveling the world, I’m not happy with the way we’re viewed outside the United States. And also, I’m not happy as my father was a vet. He fought in Korea. A hundred seventy thousand men and women died — mostly men died; my father nearly died — fighting North Korea and to be friends with Kim Jong-un…

My father was fighting China, Russia, and North Korea. They were unified, and those tigers have not changed their stripes, people. Do not think for a second that they have changed their stripes. And it’s kind of an insult to my dad to see our president buddying up to these countries — not so much with China; he butts heads with them. But North Korea — disgusting, disgraceful. Sorry. This is the way I feel. I’m very proud of my dad’s service, and it’s just an insult to him.”

Since Dee Snider came from a household involved a vet, he has a huge amount of respect for those who served and risked their lives to protect the United States of America and express his appreciation for them whenever he has the chance.

Recently, Snider shared a post on his official Twitter page recently to prove his admiration and appreciation for military veterans especially for his father, Master Sergeant Bob Snider. Dee also stated that, like every other citizen, he owes his life to all who served their country.

Here is what Snider said:

“To every military veteran who has valiantly served to protect our country… Thank you! Your service is admired, respected, and appreciated. I owe the life I have to you all. Especially Master Sergeant Bob Snider…my dad.”

You can see the Twitter post below.