Although the Yahoo caption doesn't say (or even identify the people), one imagines this is a proud grandma pointing out her grandson to the President of the United States.
So Dubya, kind as ever, pats the boy's head.
posted on 10/01/2006 2:35:57 PM PDT
This image provided by the Navy shows more than 70 Medal of Honor recipients gather for a group photo in front of USS Constitution, the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat. The occasion was a turnaround cruise and Medal of Honor flag presentation in Boston Harbor, Saturday, Sept. 30, 2006. In order for the 200-yr-old ship to weather evenly, she is regularly sailed out into Boston Harbor, turned around, and remoored with a different side facing seaward.
The Medal of Honor flag was created by an Act of Congress and signed into law by President George W. Bush Oct. 23, 2002. Each service was charged with presenting the flag to its recipients in an appropriate ceremonial manner. The flag can only be presented to a Medal of Honor recipient or a recipient's primary next of kin by a top-ranking member of the armed forces. The Medal of Honor is our country's highest military honor, awarded for acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley)
posted on 10/01/2006 2:36:17 PM PDT
Could even be great grandmother looking at the age of her and the boy.
posted on 10/01/2006 7:59:38 PM PDT
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