Shame that the public must even be reminded:
Dick Hall (Army)
"Freedom does not come without a price. We may sometimes take for granted the many liberties we enjoy in America, but they have all been earned through the ultimate sacrifice paid by so many of the members of our armed forces. "
My personal Thanks to all of you on this forum who risked your lives for this country and helped secure my family's Freedom. Everyday should be Memorial day, and no day should go by without the Memory. One of the greatest run's I had this year was Chauffeuring a 91 year young fellow who was going to DC on the Honor flight for World War II program.....Heck of a nice guy. Thanks again to all who served in peace & war time
Yes, we will keep in our prayers all the family and friends of those who have died fighting for our country.
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A Thank You to the MANY vets we have here on the forum for helping the keep our country safe. All gave some, but some gave ALL and it is unfortunate that so many Americans have lost the true meaning of what memorial day is. This is NOT the national BBQ day as some see it, and it is a shame that so many need to be reminded.
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We just finished the Parade in our city about an hour ago , with a team of horses on one of our carriages. It was an Honor to be part of the Parade to say THANK YOU to our Vets